Kyle McAllister's screamer against Alloa in the fourth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup has been crowned goal of the round.

Up against Dundee United's Callum Booth, Queen of the South's Stephen Dobbie and Kilmarnock's Stuart Findlay, McAllisters curling effort received 47 per cent of the votes on the official Scottish Cup twitter poll.

Having only joined on-loan from Derby County the day before, McAllister came on as a second-half sub against the Wasps to prevent Oran Kearney's side facing a midweek replay in Clackmannanshire with his stunning effort getting the better of Neil Parry with just three minutes remaining.

Jim Goodwin's side had gone in 2-0 up and were a man to the good at the break but an inspired display from McAllister, who also set up Buddies' equaliser, denied Goodwin a triumphant return to his former club.

The 20-year-old winger has previous in the Scottish Cup, bagging goal of the round against Spartans back in 2016 in his first spell with the Saints.