Leigh Griffiths capped off his Easter Road return by scoring a double, including a sensational strike from the halfway line.Griffiths was taking part in a charity match between the Sauzee Select and the Hanlon Stevenson Foundation Select as he donned Hibs colours for the first time in over nine years.
One team was managed by Hibees favourites Lewis Stevenson and Darren McGregor while the other was led by club captain Paul Hanlon and former boss Alan Stubbs.
The game finished 4-4 in a enthralling exhibition clash in front of 4382 punters in Leith but it was the one time Scotland hero's goal from distance that stood out.
Ex-Celtic striker Griffiths opened the scoring before Steve Archibald added a second to put HSF in the driving seat. Sauzee's side responded soon after through Danny Swanson and Niklas Gunnarson which set up a dramatic end to the first half with Griffiths scoring immediately from kick-off after Kevin Harper had made it 3-2.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk