Scottish League Cup: Dundee beat Raith Rovers after late Jack Hendry goal
Last Updated: 19/07/17 12:30pm
Jack Hendry scored in the 92nd minute to give Dundee a 2-1 win over Raith Rovers in a dramatic Scottish League Cup tie.
Substitute Sofien Moussa looked to have given Dundee the points after netting seven minutes from time before Lewis Vaughan scored in the last minute for Rovers.
The win for Dundee in Neil McCann's first match as permanent manager puts them joint top of Group C with Cowdenbeath and Dundee United.
Elsewhere, Kilmarnock survived a scare to beat Clyde 4-2 at home to go second in Group E.
Killie took the lead though Rory McKenzie but found themselves trailing after Darren Ramsay and Kevin Nicoll scored.
But they recovered in the second half through two goals from Dominic Thomas and McKenzie finding the net again. Clyde's Jordan Stewart was given a straight red for foul play.
In Group D, Ross County beat Montrose 6-0 with Thomas Mikkelsen and Craig Curran grabbing two goals a piece.
Alex Schalk and a Sean Dillon own goal saw Jim McIntyre's side cruise home which puts them first in the group on six points.
Kyle Lafferty scored the winner in the second half to give Hearts a 1-0 victory away to Elgin City.
The result sees them move into second place in Group B on three points.
The other game in the group saw Dunfermline win 9-8 on penalties against East Fife after a goalless draw to go top of the group.
In Group A, Brechin beat Forfar Athletic 4-3 on penalties following a 1-1 draw.
Mark Millar's 91st-minute penalty had equalised for Forfar after Isaac Layne 's second half goal had given the hosts the lead.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle are top of group A after beating Stirling Albion 2-0 in a shootout following a 0-0 draw.
Arbroath beat Alloa Athletic 6-5 on penalties after a 1-1 draw in Group D.
Frank McKeown netted in the 89th minute for the home side after Tommy Yule had given Arbroath the lead.
In Group E, Ayr United sit top after seeing off Dumbarton 3-1 after late goals from Robert Crawford and Declan McDaid.
An Andrew Dowie own goal gave the visitors the lead before Christian Nade's equaliser.
Edinburgh City came out on top 4-2 on penalties against Berwick Rangers after a 2-2 draw in Group F.
Ashley Grimes scored twice for the hosts while Pat Scullion and Aaron Murrell got the goals for Berwick.
In the other fixture in the group, Greenock Morton are top of the table after defeating Queen's Park 4-2 on penalties following a 2-2 draw to go top of Group F.
Bob McHugh and a 90th minute Darren Barr goal for Morton forced the shootout with Bryan Wharton and Thomas Orr netting for the visitors.
Stenhousemuir won 3-2 in a penalty shootout with Albion Rovers after a 1-1 draw in Group G.
Alan Trouten netted a second half penalty for Albion after Colin McMenamin had given the visitors the lead.
East Kilbride won 4-1 on penalties against group leaders Queen of the South after a 0-0 draw.
In Group H, Airdrieonians defeated nine-man Stranraer 3-1 courtesy of a Cameron Russell double and an Andy Ryan penalty.
The game turned when Cameron Belford was sent off for violent conduct with David Barron shown a second yellow card late on for Stranraer, while Scott Robertson scored their consolation.
St Mirren suffered a 1-0 home defeat to group leaders Livingston after a second minute strike from Dale Carrick.