Kenny McLean was credited with the goal by official arbiters the Press Association but later it was revealed his team-mate Thompson had deflected his shot into the net.
Monday's Daily Record gave the goal to Thompson and apparently the match referee has as well. However, PA never changed their ruling so bookies were duty bound to pay out on McLean.
I tipped Thompson to score first in the Record and on the site and I know plenty of you were on the Buddies hitman.
After I asked Scots firm McBookie.com to review the goal they decided to settle all bets on Thompson as a “goodwill gesture”.
McBookie.com spokesman Paul Petrie said: “Our rules stipulate we settle on the PA scorer and with no obvious controversy it seemed the right decision.
“However, it is clear it was Thompson’s goal so we are paying out on him as well. It doesn’t help that Mr Fixit tipped him up as first scorer and anytime scorer but on this occasion it is the fairest decision.”
William Hill have now followed suit and odds compiler Owen Scott told me: “As a goodwill gesture we've decided to pay out on Thompson as the ball clearly deflected in off him. This was the only Scottish Premiership match of the weekend and we'd hate to see so many people losing out after backing the favourite.
“Well done to Mr Fixit for highlighting this and winning a significant payout for punters.”
Ladbrokes didn't take long to agree it was Thompson's goal and have also agreed to compensate punters who were were set to miss out.
Spokesman Alex Donohue said: “We always pay out on what PA say but in this case the deflection off Thompson means it should have been his goal. We're pleased this has been brought to our attention and happy to pay out to our customers.”
Bet365 took minutes to decide it was Thompson's goal after I asked them to look at the video.