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Effort from outside the penalty box by Steve Jones goes wide right of the target.
Chris Humphrey crosses the ball, Tom Hateley takes a shot. Blocked by Billy Berntsson.
Centre by Steve Jones, Manuel Pascali manages to make a clearance.
Tom Hateley produces a cross.
Garry Hay is sent off.
Gavin Gunning takes a long range shot clearing the bar.
Outswinging corner taken by Tom Hateley, Tim Clancy makes a clearance.
Foul by Manuel Pascali on John Sutton, free kick awarded. Tom Hateley fires a strike on goal direct from the free kick.
Billy Berntsson joins the action as a substitute, replacing Mehdi Taouil. Free kick awarded for a foul by David Silva on Steven Saunders. Stephen Craigan takes the direct free kick.
Centre by Gavin Gunning, Manuel Pascali makes a clearance.
Centre by Steve Jones.
Chris Humphrey sends in a cross, clearance by Mohamadou Sissoko.
Stevie Hammell leaves the field to be replaced by Gavin Gunning.
David Silva grabs a headed goal from close range. Motherwell 0-1 Kilmarnock.Tim Clancy produces a cross, assist on the goal came from Tim Clancy.
Steve Jennings is adjudged to have handled the ball. Cameron Bell restarts play with the free kick.
Steve Jennings takes a shot. Save made by Cameron Bell.
Liam Kelly has an effort at goal from 20 yards. Save made by Darren Randolph.
Inswinging corner taken left-footed by Steve Jones, save made by Cameron Bell.
Shot by Steve Jones. Liam Kelly gets a block in.
Tom Hateley comes on in place of Keith Lasley.
Manuel Pascali receives a yellow card. Manuel Pascali is penalised for a handball. Steve Jennings produces a strike on goal direct from the free kick.
Effort from deep inside the area by Stevie Hammell misses to the left of the target.
The ball is swung over by Steve Jones, blocked by Tim Clancy.
Esteban Casagolda goes off and John Sutton comes on. David Silva joins the action as a substitute, replacing Willy Aubameyang. Willy Aubameyang is penalised for handball and concedes a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Darren Randolph.
Centre by Marinho Rui Miguel.
Liam Kelly crosses the ball.
Willy Aubameyang receives a caution. Steve Jennings fouled by Willy Aubameyang, the ref awards a free kick. Free kick taken by Stevie Hammell.
Steve Jennings is booked.
Liam Kelly takes a shot. Save made by Darren Randolph.
Corner taken left-footed by Stevie Hammell, Headed effort from inside the area by Shaun Hutchinson misses to the left of the target.
Chris Humphrey delivers the ball, Tim Clancy manages to make a clearance.
Jamie Murphy takes a shot. Save by Cameron Bell.
Unfair challenge on Mohamadou Sissoko by Esteban Casagolda results in a free kick. Mohamadou Sissoko restarts play with the free kick.
Centre by Stevie Hammell, Shot by Chris Humphrey from deep inside the penalty area misses to the right of the goal.
Steven Saunders sends in a cross, Headed effort from deep inside the penalty area by Esteban Casagolda misses to the right of the target.
Alexei Eremenko decides to take the corner short.
Garry Hay sends in a cross, volleyed right-footed shot by Marinho Rui Miguel. Darren Randolph makes a save.
Marinho Rui Miguel produces a volleyed right-footed shot from deep inside the penalty box which goes wide of the left-hand post.
Corner taken by Chris Humphrey played to the near post, Steven Saunders takes a shot. Save made by Cameron Bell.
Steve Jones sends in a cross, clearance made by Mohamadou Sissoko.
Alexei Eremenko sends in a cross, save made by Darren Randolph.
Keith Lasley produces a left-footed shot from inside the area that clears the bar.
James Fowler produces a right-footed shot from deep inside the area which goes wide of the left-hand post.
Corner from right by-line taken by Mehdi Taouil.
Mehdi Taouil gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Steve Jennings. Direct free kick taken by Stevie Hammell.
Effort from deep inside the area by Tim Clancy misses to the left of the goal.
Jamie Murphy takes a shot. Save made by Cameron Bell.
The ball is sent over by Stevie Hammell, clearance made by Mohamadou Sissoko.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Manuel Pascali on Jamie Murphy. Steven Saunders takes the free kick.
Foul by Keith Lasley on Alexei Eremenko, free kick awarded. Free kick taken by Alexei Eremenko.
Effort from just outside the area by James Fowler goes over the bar.
Steve Jones sends in a cross, Manuel Pascali makes a clearance.
Steve Jennings concedes a free kick for a foul on Tim Clancy. Direct free kick taken by Tim Clancy.
Willy Aubameyang concedes a free kick for a foul on Stevie Hammell. Shaun Hutchinson restarts play with the free kick.
Corner taken right-footed by Chris Humphrey, save made by Cameron Bell.
(Kilmarnock) makes a substitution, with James Fowler coming on for Frazer Wright.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Esteban Casagolda by Manuel Pascali. Steven Saunders takes the direct free kick.
Inswinging corner taken right-footed by Chris Humphrey, Alexei Eremenko manages to make a clearance.
The ball is sent over by Chris Humphrey, clearance by Mohamadou Sissoko.
The ball is delivered by Steve Jones, Cameron Bell makes a save.
Liam Kelly goes into the book. Unfair challenge on Keith Lasley by Liam Kelly results in a free kick. Shaun Hutchinson takes the direct free kick.
Foul by Chris Humphrey on Liam Kelly, free kick awarded. Free kick taken by Cameron Bell.
Unfair challenge on Marinho Rui Miguel by Steve Jennings results in a free kick. Manuel Pascali takes the direct free kick.
Keith Lasley challenges Liam Kelly unfairly and gives away a free kick. Free kick taken by Manuel Pascali.
The ball is delivered by Garry Hay.
The referee blows for offside against Marinho Rui Miguel. Darren Randolph takes the direct free kick.
Foul by Tim Clancy on Steve Jones, free kick awarded. Stevie Hammell takes the direct free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Mohamadou Sissoko on Keith Lasley. Steve Jennings takes the free kick.
Willy Aubameyang challenges Steve Jones unfairly and gives away a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Stephen Craigan.
Stevie Hammell sends in a cross, clearance made by Liam Kelly.
The ball is swung over by Chris Humphrey, Liam Kelly gets a block in.
A cross is delivered by Chris Humphrey, Frazer Wright makes a clearance.
Steven Saunders produces a cross, clearance made by Frazer Wright.
Alexei Eremenko has an effort at goal from long distance that misses to the right of the goal.
Foul by Alexei Eremenko on Shaun Hutchinson, free kick awarded. Darren Randolph restarts play with the free kick.
Centre by Chris Humphrey, Mohamadou Sissoko makes a clearance.
Alexei Eremenko delivers the ball, clearance made by Steve Jennings.
Tim Clancy fouled by Esteban Casagolda, the ref awards a free kick. Manuel Pascali takes the direct free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Alexei Eremenko by Steve Jennings. Alexei Eremenko restarts play with the free kick.
Tim Clancy is caught offside. Darren Randolph restarts play with the free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Steve Jennings by Frazer Wright. Direct free kick taken by Stevie Hammell.
The offside flag is raised against Marinho Rui Miguel. Direct free kick taken by Stephen Craigan.
Effort on goal by Chris Humphrey from 12 yards. Save by Cameron Bell.
The ball is swung over by Chris Humphrey.
Foul by Mohamadou Sissoko on Jamie Murphy, free kick awarded. Chris Humphrey takes the direct free kick.
Marinho Rui Miguel produces a cross.
Jamie Murphy is ruled offside. Free kick taken by Cameron Bell.
McCall frustrated by window
Stuart McCall revealed he had endured his most frustrating two days as a manager after failing to soften the blow of Motherwell`s semi-final defeat by Rangers with a new signing.
McCall had been seeking a new forward after losing Nick Blackman and Alan Gow in January but saw five potential deals collapse in little over 24 hours.
The Motherwell manager saw his main target pull out moments after Sunday`s 2-1 Hampden loss against Rangers in the Co-operative Insurance Cup and continued to suffer frustration until late on Monday.
McCall, whose side host Kilmarnock in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League, lost four players from an already thin squad last month with just Steve Jones and Gavin Gunning coming in.
The former Bradford boss, who had previously been in for David Healy before the Northern Ireland striker moved to Rangers, said: "I`ve got to say, the last 48 hours are probably the most frustrated I`ve been as a manager.
"On the back of the defeat against Rangers, I put my phone back on after the game, the boy I thought I had got unfortunately had a bit of a family crisis and has to stay down south until the summer. That happens, it was unfortunate.
"The second target, we couldn`t match what he was being offered in England.
"The third target, which we always knew was going to be there and would have been a good one, unfortunately his club couldn`t get a couple of strikers in which they thought they were absolutely certain to get.
"The fourth one got offered more money to go to America.
"The fifth one was 50-50. In fairness to him, because we came in so late, he had already given his word to an English club last week.
"He was still keen and up to quarter to eight we were still hopeful of getting him. It was really, really frustrating.
"But you try to get your top target in and I really thought we were going to get him."
McCall will continue his search, in a more limited pool, while hoping youngsters from within his ranks can push through.
But he did take some solace from the final hours of the transfer window as he kept his Hampden team intact and saw Kilmarnock weakened by the sale of Conor Sammon to Wigan.
Mixu Paatelainen believes he has been left with the "impossible" task of Conor Sammon after the Irishman signed for Wigan on transfer deadline day.
The cash-strapped Rugby Park club received a welcome fee reported to be around #600,000 with the possibility of add-ons for the 24-year-old striker, who has hit 18 goals in 27 games for Killie this season.
However, asked how difficult it would be to replace the big striker, the former Finland international replied:
"It is very difficult. Impossible if you ask me now.
"Hopefully we can replace him and his goals but it won't be easy.
"Players who can score 18 or 20 goals in more or less half a season cost millions of pounds which obviously we don't have.
"We can't spend a penny on transfers.
"We are looking for free transfers and youngsters who have the talent who are looking for the opportunity to do well."
To that end, Paatelainen has recruited Kieran Agard on loan but he does not expect the Everton striker to take up the slack.
"I don't think Kieran will do exactly what Conor will do," he said.
"He gets behind defences and uses his pace but he is a different to Conor.
"However, we welcome him and he deserves his opportunity and hopefully he does well for us."
Despite the worry of where his goals will come from Paatelainen is relaxed about Kilmarnock's role as a feeder club and is hoping he can use the example of Sammon to entice players in the future.
Silva sinks Well
David Silva's late header against Motherwell gave Kilmarnock all three points in a Clydesdale Bank Premier League clash at Fir Park which only came to the boil in the final stages.
After a dull first half the game livened up and Well goalkeeper Darren Randolph made a fine save from Rui Miguel before Steven Hammell beat Cameron Bell with a free-kick from 25 yards only to see the ball hit the crossbar on its way over.
However, in the 81st minute Killie defender Tim Clancy sent in a great cross from the right which allowed Silva, on for Willy Aubameyang with less than 20 minutes remaining, to score the winner from close range.
In a dramatic finale, Kilmarnock skipper Garry Hay picked up a straight red card for a foul on Chris Humphrey but the visitors held out.
The visitors had lost their top two goalscorers going into the game with Conor Sammon having signed for Wigan on transfer deadline day and midfielder Jamie Hamill suspended.
Midfielder Alexei Eremenko returned from a ban while French striker Aubameyang replaced Sammon to make his first start.
Well manager Stuart McCall took the opportunity to freshen up his side as Steve Jones and Esteban Casagolda came in for Tom Hateley and John Sutton, who both started on the bench.
The lashing rain and driving wind which arrived in time for kick-off did little to help the spectacle but in the fourth minute Jamie Murphy raced onto Keith Lasley's long ball and flicked it over the advancing Bell, only for Mohamadou Sissoko to get back to clear.
Moments later Humphrey had an angled drive from just inside the box after getting past Hay, but Bell was in the right place to gather.
Kilmarnock came back into the game with the talented Eremenko pulling the strings in midfield, although a cheeky attempt at a lob in the 19th minute from 40 yards failed to find the target as Randolph raced back after making a clearance.
Liam Kelly was booked in the 32nd minute for a foul on Lasley as referee Stevie O'Reilly tried to put an end to the infringements which had begun to mount up.
The home side won the first corner of the game three minutes later but it was easily defended by the visitors.
Five minutes before the break Killie defender Frazer Wright was carried off on a stretcher after a clash with Motherwell defender Steven Saunders, to be replaced by James Fowler.
Motherwell started the second half better and in the 50th minute midfielder Steve Jennings slipped in Murphy but under pressure from Fowler, his effort from 14 yards lacked the power to trouble Bell.
At the other end Clancy found himself racing into the box with time and space but dragged his shot wide of the far post.
The Steelmen stepped up the pace and in the 56th minute Humphrey's low corner from the left almost sneaked past Bell.
But in the 61st minute it was Killie came closest to opening the scoring when Rui Miguel got on the end of a Hay cross but his flick was saved down at the near post by Randolph.
The Steelmen stormed back and Bell made a good point-blank save from Murphy after he had worked his way past Sissoko.
As the game appeared to be swinging towards the home side, Well defender Steven Hammell beat Bell with a free-kick from 25 yards but it struck the top of the crossbar before going over.
Bell made another good block from Jennings but in the 81st minute Silva raced into the box to get on the end of a Clancy cross to head in the winner.
However, before the final whistle Hay picked up a straight red card for a blatant foul on Humphrey as Motherwell broke.
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