Dundee boss Paul Hartley praises his players following their hard-fought win over Scottish Premiership leaders Hamilton Academical on Saturday.
Dundee manager Paul Hartley has praised his players after watching them grind out a 2-0 win against Scottish Premiership leaders Hamilton Academical on Saturday.
The Dark Blues boss admitted that the match lacked flair, but insisted that his side deserved a result due to their dominant second-half display.
"We dug in today. It wasn't a pretty game to watch," BBC Sport quotes him as saying.
"We said all week that we'd have to match Hamilton, the way they get in among teams. I thought we dominated the second half."
David Clarkson and Greg Stewart were on target for Dundee in the second half.
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