Hibs keeper Kevin Dabrowski, currently on loan at Cowdenbeath, impressed on his second appearance for the Blue Brazil recently.

He shined for the League Two side against the Hibees’ city rivals Hearts in League Cup action, although his adopted side fell to a 2-0 defeat.

Dabrowski's adopted side fell to a Hearts defeat in League Cup action at Central Park.

His adopted side fell to a Hearts defeat in League Cup action at Central Park. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

It would have been a much harsher scoreline if it wasn’t for the young goalkeeper.

Dabrowski could be a future Hibs star

There was a string of saves made by the young Hibees stopper. The Polish keeper was in action from the very first minute, making a super save to deny Dario Zanatta a goal on a rare Hearts start.

He also denied Anthony McDonald and Conor Washington netting for the Jambos with stellar reflex saves.

Washington was denied by the excellent Hibs loanee Dabrowski. (Photo By Oliver McVeigh/Sportsfile via Getty Images)

The pick of the bunch was a save he made to deny Aidan Keena. The young Jambos’ left footed effort was somehow tipped round the post by his Polish opponent.

It was a terrific performance, proof that he has the ability to make it at Hibs. Along with his excellent shot stopping Dabrowski showed great handling in the 18 yard box. He’s got some decent attributes that will only be improved upon with a season of senior football under his belt.

Hibs will have been very pleased with what they saw from Dabrowski against their Gorgie rivals.

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