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Celtic and Dundee United close on Scottish lead as Hearts deny Rangers

Celtic and Dundee United close on Scottish lead as Hearts deny Rangers

10/16/2021 8:43:00 PM

Celtic and Dundee United close on Scottish lead as Hearts deny Rangers

A last-gasp goal from Craig Halkett gave Hearts a 1-1 draw with leaders Rangers at Ibrox

The visitors seemed to have stemmed the tide but when Hagi’s cross from the right into the box was repelled out to Lundstram, the former Sheffield United player teed up his shot and sent the ball speeding past Gordon.Rangers were less fluid after the break in the 66th minute only a brilliant block by Gorgie defender Stephen Kingsley stopped Morelos’s goal-bound shot. Then Hearts began to threaten.

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McGregor made a great save from Liam Boyce as the offside flag went up and then stopped a shot from Barrie McKay after he had outstripped the defence. Another save from Cameron Devlin’s long-range shot had the Gers’ nerves jangling.Back came Rangers and Gordon knocked a shot from substitute Kemar Roofe, on for Hagi, on to the post and the danger was cleared. In an increasingly tense finish, Morelos missed an open goal after being set up by Roofe.

Neilson picked up a yellow card after a melee on the touchline which also saw Kingsley and substitute Juninho Bacuna cautioned, then a second yellow for seeming to keep chirping on at referee Robertson.But there was even more drama to follow in the last minute of normal time when McGregor flapped and the unmarked Halkett headed in at the back post to send the travelling fans wild with delight.

David Turnbull struck a glorious goal on his first appearance back at Fir Park forCelticas the visitors beatMotherwell2-0. The midfielder sent a swerving 25-yard effort past a motionless Liam Kelly and into the top corner to put the visitors two ahead.

Jota had scored a well-taken but controversial early opener, with the hosts unhappy with a decision not to award them a foul by referee Willie Collum, who went off injured during the first half.went on to win comfortably as they recorded back-to-back away victories..

Dundee Unitedmoved into third with a stunning 3-0 victory overHibernianat Easter Road. Nicky Clark drilled in the opener just moments before the interval to put the Tangerines firmly in the driving seat. And second-half goals from Ryan Edwards and Kieran Freeman sealed a thoroughly-deserved win.

Ryan Edwards heads home for Dundee United.Photograph: Alan Rennie/Action Plus/REX/Shutterstock’s bid for a first league win ended in frustration once again asSt Mirrenstretched their unbeaten run to six matches with a 3-2 victory. Leading 3-1 at the break through goals from Eamonn Brophy, Marcus Fraser and Scott Tanser, the visitors withstood late pressure as County attempted to add to Blair Spittal’s 37th-minute strike and Alex Iacovitti’s 66th-minute strike.

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