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Terry Butcher was delighted as Inverness moved second in the SPL table with a 3-2 victory over Hearts at Tynecastle.

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Gary Warren netted a brace, including a 77th minute winner, after the hosts had twice fought back from going a goal behind.

Warren opened the scoring on 15, while Billy McKay fired Inverness 2-1 ahead after an hour.

Jason Holt (55) and Andy Webster (74) were on target for Hearts, and Butcher said: "It was a real battle and a real scrap.

"Heads could have gone down when we took the lead twice and were pegged back twice.

"But there was a lot of character shown by the boys. We have gone back to second in the table, which is lovely."

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