I was there in the Lower Gladdy, didn't go on the pitch though. Not only did Hibbert score the free kick which, to me at least, didn't look like it was let in. It wasn't the best free kick ever but still went in but he also had a pretty decent shot in the first half which if I remember, led to the corner where Naismith scored his third.
Leading upto it there were so many rumours, first there was Rooney playing but he said he would love to but couldn't on Twitter, then it was Stubbs and David Weird coming on, and then it was that Big Dunc and David Moyes were gonna have the last 10 minutes. In reality, the entire squad was substituted for played like Rodwell, Barkley and Vellios, so there were no surprises. Leading upto the match, we weren't sure what to expect, every year we have one home friendly which is usually the last game before the season begins, but this year we play Malaga over the weekend so we expected at least a chance of something daft. Good run out and great result though.
A home debut to remember for Naismith as well. It wasn't an easy friendly, they weren't there to be rolled over and smile for Hibbert, (in fact there goal was a stormer,) and we took the game to them in the first half and scored straight away. Decent game to watch.