A 3-0 win at Peterhead sent Dundee into the quarter finals of the Scottish Cup where they will face Rangers at the Kilmac Stadium. A Charlie Adam penalty allowed the Dark Blues to reach half time with a 1-0 lead they hardly deserved. Niall McGinn’s first goal for the club early in the second half gave the Dee some breathing space. Josh Mulligan chipped in with a late third, also his first for the Dark Blues. The scoreline might look emphatic, but Peterhead were excellent and had Dundee on the rack at times. The Blue Toon will rue their poor luck in a first half when they struck the inside of the post and had a remarkably strong penalty claim turned down.
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