Ange Postecoglou was speaking to the BBC after the game.

Have you managed to catch your breath after that? 

It was an exciting finish and I’m really pleased for the lads after putting in an enormous shift with ten men and in the end there we found a way to get a winner. I think it was just reward for their efforts. 

It looked like you’d have to settle for a point but Tony Ralston popped up with the winner after a great delivery by Tom Rogic. 

I don’t think we were settling for anything. In the end we were trying to win the game. The spirit of the lads with ten men is that we won’t settle for a point. It’s not what we are about, we wanted to win the game and they did it. 

What were your thoughts on the two yellows and the red card for Starfelt? 

I think the decisions went against us tonight but I’m not going to complain about it. I just want to win games of football and that’s what I keep telling the lads. We keep just keep doing our thing, winning games of football and not worry about these other things that can potentially try to derail us. 

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You’ve had a lot of injuries. How did that affect team selection tonight? 

Yeah, we’ve had a lot of injuries, particularly in that front third so we had to get creative tonight. Liel did a great job in leading the line and young Moff as well when he came on and gave us a bit of energy which was pleasing. We had to dig deep and we got the rewards. 

And the three points, it’s important to keep pressure on Rangers as well. 

It’s just important to get the three points, I’m not really worried about anyone else. 

Any update on Kyogo? 

No, not really. It’s a day to day thing. We will see how he is in a couple of days. 

Is the focus all on Sunday now? 

Absolutely. It’s a big game for us so we will get down the road and recover and get ready for it.