Terry Butcher: Home draw sums up Hibernian's 'Jekyll and Hyde' season
Hibs came from 2-0 down to lead 3-2 before conceding a late equaliser.
Terry Butcher says Hibernian's 3-3 home draw with Motherwell summed up their 'Jekyll and Hyde' season.
Goals from John Sutton and Lionel Ainsworth saw the Easter Road side fall two goals behind before Jordon Forster pulled one back before the break.
Michael Nelson equalised after 76 minutes and it looked like substitute Paul Heffernan has completed an unlikely comeback before John Sutton struck in injury time.
The Leith outfit remain two points behind St Johnstone in the race for a top six spot having played a game more than Saints.
Butcher said: "It's very sore, we're very disappointed.
"It was a tremendous comeback, great character, that's been spoilt by an unbelievably soft ball.
"We've had umpteen chances to clear the ball and we're going to work all this week on throw-ins, for and against, and clearances because it was schoolboy defending. I'm bitterly disappointed we can't defend a throw-in.
"It was a bizarre game and I think that sums up our season, Jekyll and Hyde."