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Last-gasp goal was ‘gutting’
Inverness striker Miles Storey admits St Mirren’s last-gasp Scottish Cup winner was a “real sucker punch”.
The clock had almost ticked down to extra-time on Friday night before Marcus Fraser popped up with a dramatic winner at the death.
Fo rme r A b e r d e e n forward Storey believes the cracking cup tie would have been great on the eye for spectators, but couldn’t hide his disappointment at ending up on the losing side.
He said: “It was a real sucker punch at the end. The game could have gone either way if I am honest.
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