Because Hearts crashed to the bottom of the Premiership courtesy of a 3-2 defeat against Motherwell craig Levein faced additional calls for his resignation.
A poor display from the Jambos saw Sherwin Seedorf Declan Gallagher and Jermaine Hylton find the internet for the Steelmen.
Ryo Meshino did flip in the seat, finding the net and teeing a target for Uche Ikpeazu up . But, that did little to stop their home fans’ fury.
Second-half targets from Liam Miller and Mohamed El Makrini made a 2-0 win that turned up the heat on Hibernian manager Paul Heckingbottom to Kilmarnock.
The name of angelo Alessio rang round Rugby Park as his Kilmarnock negative made it four matches, but the chants from the supporters that were visiting were to Heckingbottom to go as the people’ run continued.
Aberdeen and St Johnstone shared with the points in a 1-1 draw a challenging day for football with a strong wind hampering either side, at Pittodrie.
Ryan Hedges had the home side in front before the half-hour using a low drive, however Tommy Wright’s men levelled 15 minutes later thanks to a Michael O’Halloran shooter Joe Lewis will feel he ought to have stopped.
Captain Marcus Fraser netted a stoppage-time winner conquer St Mirren 2-1 at Dingwall. Ross Laidlaw’s blunder seemed to have price County success as Tony Andreu’s free-kick ended up in the back of the net in the 72nd minute.
Laidlaw let Andreu’s shot through his legs following the effort of the substitute had clipped the wall and bounced in front of this County goalkeeper.
The home side had opened the scoring 10 minutes before when Ross Stewart struck a brilliant volley.