Oan Djorkaeff scored a late penalty to spare St Mirren consecutive League Cup upsets and earn Jim Goodwin his first win as the Paisley club’s manager.

The Premiership side, who lost to Dunfermline Athletic in their opener, were frustrated by Edinburgh City until Paul McGinn was brought down and Djorkaeff – son of French World Cup winner Youri – netted from the spot.

Top-flight rivals Hamilton Academical recovered from losing in a shoot-out to bottom tier Queen’s Park on Saturday by beating League One Clyde 3-1.

There were also comfortable wins for Championship sides Dunfermline Athletic and Arbroath, while second-tier rivals Dundee were held to a goalless draw by SPFL newcomers Cove Rangers before claiming a bonus point for winning the shoot-out.

Dundee earned a bonus point for beating Cove Rangers on penalties