Dundee United have been relegated from the Scottish Premiership after a derby defeat at Dens Park.
Having taken the lead in the crunch fixture thanks to an Edward Ofere strike, the Tangerines capitulated with Dundee coming back to win the game in the dying seconds.
However, last night’s game alone didn’t relegate the Tannadice side. Here are the numbers behind their season from hell.
35 – Number of players to feature in United’s league campaign.
10 – Points accrued in the first 22 games of the season.
18 – Minutes of action played by summer signing Rodney Sneijder – brother of former Real Madrid star Wesley – before his contract was cancelled by mutual consent.
3 – Only three players have netted more than twice in the league – Billy McKay (12), Blair Spittal (5) and Simon Murray (3).
3,800,000 – Pounds received for players in last three transfer windows – for Gary Mackay-Steven, Stuart Armstrong, Nadir Ciftci, Ryan McGowan and John Souttar.
6 – Combined starts made this season by Charlie Telfer and Robbie Muirhead, who together cost the club £350,000.
7 – Signings made by Mixu Paatelainen since he took charge in October – bringing in Guy Demel, Eiji Kawashima, Gavin Gunning, Florent Sinama-Pongolle, Riku Riski, Kyle Knoyle and Edward Ofere. Two of them have already left.
27 – Points lost from winning positions.
2 – Total number of league goals scored by strikers Henri Anier, Darko Bodul, Mario Bilate, Robbie Muirhead, Edward Ofere, Riku Riski and Florent Sinama-Pongolle from a combined 40 appearances.
45 – Number of points United gained in the first 23 matches of last season, before selling Gary Mackay-Steven and Stuart Armstrong to Celtic.
35 – Points collected in their subsequent 50 games.