Jack Ross is looking on the bright side of things for Hibs despite a frustrating draw with Kilmarnock.

They had a two goal advantage after Christian Doidge netted a header and Jason Naismith tucked away a powerful drive.

Doidge got a goal. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

A Killie renaissance though left Hibs stunned by the final whistle, with an Alex Bruce effort and Dario Del Fabro’s goal with the last kick of the game snatching a fourth win on the bounce away from them.

Whilst frustrations are there with regards to the draw, it’s not all negative for Hibs according to Ross.

“I think very disappointed and frustrated,” he said. “To be in that position deservedly for the first hour and not see it out is frustrating. There were a lot of good things but equally things to improve on.

Room for improvement. (Photo by Chloe Knott – Danehouse/Getty Images)

“I can only look at this game and that little last part of the game when we’d weathered the worst and decision-making cost us. People talk about bravery to play and we showed that but you need bravery to make those ugly decisions that win you matches.

“Several minutes before we conceded we had possession in the middle prior to conceding the free-kick. Maybe you play forward into space but these comments are made with hindsight.

“I’ve told the players there’s nothing we can do now to affect the last ninety seconds, it’s not about dwelling on it and it’s about affecting Wednesday.

Ross is looking on the bright side of the Hibs draw. (Photo by Alex Davidson/Getty Images)

“I don’t want to forget how good we were early on against a side that has had plaudits. The only criticism was we weren’t further ahead.

“We need to take positives about that but it’s about doing it for 90 minutes, whether that’s tempo or understanding. We will get to the bottom of that.”

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