Mustapha Dumbuya side suffered a huge defeat in the Scottish premiership on Saturday, as Hearts moved up to second place after an impressive 4-0 victory over Partick Thistle.
Dumbuya, 28, has made a remarkable impact since his arrival at the Scottish top flight for Partick Thistle but was not able to rescue his side from a humiliating defeat at home.
Hearts replaced Aberdeen as Celtic’s nearest title challengers after a 4-0 stroll over Partick Thistle, with Juanma and Osman Sow both scoring doubles at Firhill.
The visitors were strong and purposeful as they overwhelmed a Partick side that played neat football but was indecisive in attack.
The host stopper Ryan Scully (Partick Thistle) was sent off that makes matters worse for the Maryhill side.
The Sierra Leone right back and his side finished with 10 men, now have just a two-point cushion over bottom side Dundee United.