EDINBURGH, Scotland (AP) — Cash-strapped Hearts started to claw back the 15-point deficit for entering bankruptcy protection by beating Hibernian 1-0 in the Scottish Premiership's Edinburgh derby on Sunday.

Callum Paterson headed in the winner in the 72nd minute to lift bottom-place Hearts to minus 12 points.

Hearts, who lost their season opener last weekend, were handed the penalty after entering financial administration with debts of around $45million.

Also Sunday, Aberdeen came from behind to end a near five-year wait for a league victory over Motherwell, winning 3-1.

Henri Anier put last season's runners-up ahead after just one minute. But Aberdeen's comeback began in the second half, with Niall McGinn scoring two penalties and Mark Reynolds heading home against his former club.

There was also a drab 0-0 draw between Kilmarnock and St. Johnstone.