Zimbabwe striker David Moyo helped Scottish side Hamilton Academical secure a 3-0 win over 10-man Queen of the South in a game played on Sunday.
Hamilton Academical eased to a third Scottish Championship win in a row over Queen of the South after home captain Willie Gibson was sent off for dissent.
The winger protested referee Barry Cook’s decision to award the 21st-minute penalty that led to the opener.
Roberto Nditi was ruled to have pulled down Ronan Hughes.
Queen of the South goalkeeper Josh Rae saved Josh Mullin’s spot kick, but fellow forward David Moyo followed up to score.
The goal by Moyo was his fifth of the season in the Scottish Championship which is good news to his national team Zimbabwe ahead of Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon.
David Moyo played the game before his departure to Cameroon to join the Zimbabwe camp preparing for their AFCON group B games against Senegal, Guinea and Malawi.
Fine second-half finishes from Jamie Hamilton and Mullin settled the game for Hamilton.
Rae, who was making his first start since August after Sol Brynn was recalled by Middlesbrough, had been the busier goalkeeper after Accies took control once the hosts were reduced to 10 men.
Accies, who handed a debut to their centre-half signing from Drogheda United, Daniel O’Reilly, consolidate sixth place in the second tier and move six points clear of their third-bottom hosts.
- RosGwen24 News / BBC Sport