HAY STRIKE BREAKS CALEY'S HEARTS
By Peter O`Rourke
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Barry Robson had fired Inverness into the lead in the final minute but Hay struck seconds later to give Killie a replay.
Premier League Leaders Celtic will have to do it all again with Dunfermline after a last minute strike from Barry Nicholson earned the Pars a 2-2 draw at East End Park.
Henrik Larsson put the visitors into the lead after 66 minutes but Andrea Skerla equalised for the home side soon after.
Larsson grabbed his second two minutes from time, which looked to have sent the Bhoys through to the quarterfinals until Nicholson's injury time strike.
Hearts and Dundee will also have to replay at Dens Park after a 1-1 draw at Tynecastle.
Argentine striker Juan Sara put the visitors in the lead on the half hour but Juanjo earned the home side a draw with the equaliser nine minutes from time.
Dundee United moved into the next round and kept up their recent run of good form with an impressive 2-0 victory over Premier League rivals Motherwell at Fir Park.
Charlie Miller got the visitors off to a dream start with the opening goal after just three minutes and Craig Easton made sure of victory with the second in the 38th minute.
First Division leaders Livingston earned a replay with Aberdeen after a hard-fought goalless draw.
Hibernian were given a major scare in their clash with Second Division strugglers Stirling Albion before finally securing a battling 3-2 victory.
Chris Templeman put the home side in front after just four minutes but Frenchman Franck Sauzee equalised for Hibs just six minutes later.
John O'Neill gave the Premier League side the lead in the 26th minute but Stirling drew themselves level with an Ally Graham penalty after 53 minutes.
Thomas McManus grabbed the winner for Hibs in the 78th minute to send Alex McLeish's side into the quarterfinals.
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