Craig Brewster believes Lawrence Shankland can be Dundee United’s big-game hunter by stealing the show against Hibs at Hampden.
The former Tannadice hero is confident his old club can deliver a similar smash-and-grab display on Saturday to the one against Aberdeen which secured this weekend’s Scottish Cup semi-final.
With a front three of Shankland, Marc McNulty, and Nicky Clark proving a potent attacking thrust for the Terrors, Brewster is adamant a united front is required if they are to emulate his own experience of lifting the trophy in 1994 when they downed Rangers and he scored the only goal.
He said: “Big players come to the fore when it is big games and it is big-game time on Saturday. You want Shankland to step up and produce and be that big player who takes his club into the final.
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