Partick Thistle 0-3 Hearts: What the managers said

Partick Thistle manager Brian Graham:

"I thought we were very passive in the first half, that wasn't the game plan. We spoke at half time and I thought we were better in the second half but we gifted Hearts two goals.

"The harsh reality of being in the top six is that if you don't play as well as you should be, you get punished. From our perspective the goals we conceded were simply not good enough."

Hearts manager Eva Olid:

"I think we tried to play football and it's not easy on this pitch. I think we had some moments where we dominated with the ball, Partick tried to play with the ball too and that made the game better to watch which is positive for a football match.

"I don't think we were good in the final third in the first half, our decision making had to be better. There was a balance between both halves but the most important thing is the three goals. That is not easy on this pitch so that is what I am most happy about."