Hearts have won the Scottish Cup 2012, after hammering rivals Hibernian 5-1 in what you could call the Hampden Humiliation.
Hearts hammered Edinburgh rivals Hibernian to claim the Scottish Cup in a goal-laden Hampden final.
Darren Barr stabbed home the opener and Rudi Skacel’s deflected shot gave Hearts a 2-0 lead before James McPake pulled one back for Hibs on 41 minutes.
Pa Kujabi’s foul on Suso Santana led to a second booking for the former and a Hearts penalty, which was converted by Danny Grainger just after half-time.
Ryan McGowan’s header and Skacel’s second rounded off Hearts’ win.
An eighth Scottish Cup triumph for the Tynecastle side, who had already qualified for the Europa League through the Scottish Premier League, ensures Hibs’ long wait to add to their last win in the tournament in 1902 continues.
Text and Pic from BBC