Conrad Logan is penalty cup hero for Hibernian

Conrad Logan

Donegal goalkeeper Conrad Logan was the hero of the day for his new club Hibernian as they won their Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden on Saturday.

Conrad, from Ramelton, saved two penalties against Dundee United and pulled off countless stops throughout 120 minutes of dramatic cup action.

His saves helped Hibs to a 4-2 victory on penalties after the match ended 0-0.

The 29-year-old goalie saved from United players Blair Spittal and Billy McKay.

It is a remarkable start to his career at Hibs who he joined last month after leaving Leicester City last summer.

He had been out of action for several months due to injury but made a heroic comeback to top flight football on Saturday.