起初，他們看起來並沒有發揮作用。希伯來人在上半場極度缺乏質量，當Mykola Kuharevich不能完全伸展到Chris Cadden的傳球時最接近進球。
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Hibernian's horrendous run of form continued as Danny Armstrong's penalty gave Kilmarnock a vital victory in the Scottish Premiership.
Armstrong dispatched the penalty which lifts Killie back above Dundee United at the bottom of the table.
Hibs stay eighth with six defeats in their last seven games.
Seven changes to the Kilmarnock starting xi gave a clue as to how Derek McInnes was feeling after his side's 4-0 midweek loss to Dundee United.
Initially, it didn't look like they had worked. Hibs dominated a first half that was desperately lacking in quality, coming closest to a goal when Mykola Kuharevich couldn't quite stretch to get on the end of a Chris Cadden cross.
Just six minutes into the second half, and Hibs' mercy was punished. Cabraja caught Liam Polworth as the Killie winger nipped in front of him. David Dickinson initially gave a free-kick, but VAR Mike Roncone told the referee the challenge happened in the box.
As such, the decision was overturned without Dickinson going to the screen, and Armstrong rolled the ball into the corner from the penalty spot.
Hibs came back into the game but again, their opportunities lacked a clear-cut quality.
Stramashes abounded, with Sam Walker and the Kilmarnock defence scrambling the ball away on more than one occasion but it would not drop to Hibs - consigning them to yet another lost.
They looked fragile and naive on Wednesday night against Dundee United, but Killie's much-changed defence were far more resolute.
Hibs threw almost everything at their hosts in the final throws of the match, but the desperate lunges and blocks ensured all three points.
As for Lee Johnson, the Hibs boss has picked up just three points out of a possible 21.
Third just a few short weeks ago, they are now in eighth. Yet, they are still just three points off third place.
The tight nature of the league this season is doing the Englishman a big favour.