Hearts boss Craig Levein says emotions went from one extreme to another in loss | Football News |

Hearts boss Craig Levein says emotions went from one extreme to another in loss | Football News |

Hearts boss Craig Levein says emotions went from one extreme to another in loss | Football News |

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Craig Levein says Hearts paid for Ben Garuccio's stoppage-time red and the clanger which followed from Colin Doyle to give Motherwell victory on Sunday

Craig Levein says Hearts paid for Ben Garuccio’s stoppage-time red and the clanger which followed from Colin Doyle to give Motherwell victory on Sunday

Hearts manager Craig Levein admitted his emotions went from one extreme to the other after Colin Doyle’s stoppage-time blunder gifted Motherwell victory on Sunday.

The goalkeeper spilled David Turnbull’s 30-yard free-kick into his net in the third and final minute of time added on to hand the hosts a 2-1 win.

Steven Naismith had levelled for Hearts before the break after Jake Hastie fired Motherwell ahead as both teams contributed to an entertaining game.

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