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Summary

  1. Scottish Premiership results
  2. Celtic 4-1 Aberdeen (Griffiths, Forrest, Sinclair pen, Rogic; Rooney), Dons' Reynolds sent off
  3. Hamilton 1-0 Ross Co (Imrie), Inverness CT 2-1 St Johnstone (Draper, Meekings; Foster)
  4. Motherwell 0-0 Dundee, Partick Thistle 1-2 Hearts (Lindsay; Paterson, Watt)
  5. Full cards in Championship, Leagues One & Two

Live Reporting

By Andy Burke

All times stated are UK

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Celtic go top, Caley up and running

That's it for Saturday's Scottish football action.

Any thoughts Aberdeen had of catching Celtic cold after their midweek European exertions were blown away as the champions put the Dons to the sword 4-1 at Celtic Park. Brendan Rodgers' side sit on top of the Premiership this evening, a point clear of Rangers with a game in third.

Hearts move up to third after Tony Watt's dramatic last-gasp winner at Partick Thistle.

Ross County remain fourth despite Dougie Imrie's goal consigning them to defeat at Hamilton.

Motherwell and Dundee played out a goalless draw at Fir Park.

Richie Foran will sleep better this evening after Josh Meeking's last-minute goal gave the Caley Thistle manager his first win since being appointed boss in the summer.

You can read reports and reaction from all of today's Scottish football action on the the BBC Sport Scotland website.

Thanks for your company and contributions today.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

Celtic 4-1 Aberdeen

“I think 4-1 is really harsh on the team. Anybody that was here at the game would see that. 

"Losing the goal before half-time was very frustrating but we knew the game was still there to get points from. 

"The referee gets involved with the penalty kick and it’s never a free-kick when Rogic gets pulled down for his free-kick. You’ve got to applaud the quality of the free-kick but it’s not a free-kick in the first place. 

"The game runs away from us with ten men."

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes

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Derek McInnes was unhappy with some of the decisions that went against his side

Neilson praises match-winner Watt

Partick 1-2 Hearts

"You saw the quality of Tony Watt at the end. That's the reason we kept him on. Steve [Crawford] and I spoke about changing the shape to try to get something more out of the game, but I wanted to give Tony that opportunity because I knew he would create something. His finish was top drawer."

Hearts manager Robbie Neilson

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Tony Watt scored his first goal for Hearts against Partick Thistle

Hamilton 1-0 Ross County

Hamilton Accies manager Martin Canning: "Once we got going we were very good," he told BBC Scotland.

"Today was justification for the players in that if you continue to put that work in and be brave, then you'll win games.

"Every week Dougie Imrie works his socks off and it's nice to see guys like him getting the reward. Guys like him are priceless.

"We spoke about winning more games at home and it's nice to have done that."

Ross County manager Jim McIntyre: "First goal was always going to be crucial.

"I think our quality just wasn't as good as it normally is on the ball. We didn't handle the surface particularly well. It was one of those days when you're scratching your head at times with some poor decision-making from us.

"You always want to go into the international break off the back of a positive result and unfortunately for us we're going in with a defeat."

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Dougie Imrie's strike proved the difference as Hamilton claimed their first league win of the season against Ross County

Dundee Utd 2-2 Raith Rovers

Dundee United boss Ray McKinnon: "I would have to say that was two points dropped. 

"From 2-0 up to draw the game is disappointing for us. When you are in that position you should certainly win the game so it's definitely two points dropped for us. 

"Jordan Thompson scores a wonder goal and ultimately that gives them something to fight for.

"The first ten minutes of the second half was pretty disappointing. We should be battling harder than that then another wonder strike grabs them a point."

Raith Rovers boss Gary Locke: "I was disappointed with the first twenty minutes because we looked like a team that didn't believe in ourselves. 

"We gave them too much respect and sat off them. We made a tactical change and it got us back into the game. 

"A great strike by Jordan Thompson but for a good hour of the game I thought we were outstanding."

Heartache for Partick

Partick 1-2 Hearts

“I thought a draw would have been a fair result. It was a sore one to take at the end. I thought we defended really well in the second-half and we limited Hearts’ chances. It was a bit of a ricochet and we’re very unlucky with the outcome.”

Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald on BBC Radio Scotland

Partick 1-2 Hearts

Richard Wilson

BBC Scotland at Firhill

Robbie Neilson says he did not want to settle for a draw at Firhill because he knew how the other scores in the Premiership were going. 

He left match winner Tony Watt on because he felt the striker has the ability to make something happen in the closing  minutes of the game.

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Robbie Neilson saw his decision to leave Tony Watt on the pitch rewarded when the striker netted a last minute winner against Partick

A perfect start

Celtic 4-1 Aberdeen

“It was arguably our best result of the season because of everything that has gone before it. To end up scoring four goals against a very good side, late on again, really shows the mental and physical fitness of the players. They are relentless at the moment. It’s been a near-on perfect start for us.”

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers speaking on BBC Radio Scotland

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Brendan Rodgers congratulates goal-scorer Leigh Griffiths

Meekings the match-winner

Inverness 2-1 St Johnstone

Barry Wilson

BBC Scotland at Caledonian Stadium

That last minute winner by Josh Meekings was no more than Inverness deserved after a fine performance. ]

Richard Foster's wonder strike looked to have grabbed the Saints a point but Richie Foran's positive substitutions paid dividends to give the home side a first win of the season.

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Josh Meekings wheels away after snatching victory for Inverness in the 90th minute against St Johnstone

Watt a finish

Partick 1-2 Hearts

Chick Young

BBC Scotland at Firhill

You could just sense there was something in the air. Tony Watt with a 90th minute winner in a game that had everything. Both sides should take bow.

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Tony Watt celebrates his 90th minute winner against Partick Thistle

League Two

Full-time scores

Arbroath 5-3 Stirling

Clyde 5-3 Cowdenbeath

Edinburgh City 1-2 Berwick

Forfar 3-2 Elgin

Montrose 2-2 Annan Athletic

League One

Full-time scores

Albion 0-4 Alloa

East Fife 1-2 Brechin

Queen's Park 1-0 Livingston

Stenhousemuir 2-2 Airdrieonians

Stranraer 1-0 Peterhead

Championship

Full-time scores

Ayr 1-1 St Mirren

Dundee United 2-2 Raith Rovers 2

Dunfermline 0-1 Queen of the South

Falkirk 1-0 Dumbarton

Hibernian 4-0 Morton

Premiership

Full-time scores

Celtic 4-1 Aberdeen

Hamilton 1-0 Ross County

Inverness 2-1 St Johnstone

Motherwell 0-0 Dundee

Partick 1-2 Hearts

FULL-TIME

Celtic 4-1 Aberdeen

Goals from Leigh Griffiths, James Forrest, Scott Sinclair and Tom Rogic see Celtic ease to victory over Aberdeen.

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Hamilton 1-0 Ross County

It's a first win of the season for Hamilton as Dougie Imrie's goal proves the difference at New Douglas Park.

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Dundee United 2-2 Raith Rovers

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Inverness CT 2-1 St Johnstone

Josh Meekings strikes in stoppage time to give Inverness their first win of the season and the first points under manager Richie Foran.

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Partick 1-2 Hearts

Tony Watt's 90th minute winner gives Hearts the win that takes them up to third in the table.

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Motherwell 0-0 Dundee

It's a point apiece for Motherwell and Dundee after a fairly forgettable affair at Fir Park.

GOAL Celtic 4-1 Aberdeen

Tom Rogic

Tom Rogic curls home a free-kick into the bottom corner to put a gloss on the victory for the champions.

GOAL Inverness CT 2-1 St Johnstone

Josh Meekings

Inverness surely snatch it at the death as Josh Meekings prods home from close range after an almighty scramble on the goal-line. 

GOAL Partick Thistle 1-2 Hearts (Watt)

Tony Watt has his first Hearts goal and what a way to score it, rattling home from a tight angle on the right-hand side.

GOAL Celtic 3-1 Aberdeen

Scott Sinclair (pen)

Scott Sinclair is challenged by Mark Reynolds in the box and the referee points to the spot and gives Reynolds his marching orders. BBC Sportsound pundit Willie Miller feels it is the wrong decision.

Sinclair steps up to dispatch the spot-kick and seal the points for Celtic.

CLOSE!

Partick Thistle 1-1 Hearts

Thistle almost grab a winner as Kallum Booth tries to find Mathias Pogba only for Jack Hamilton to punch the ball clear very near his goal-line.

RED CARD Mark Reynolds

Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

Mark Reynolds is sent off as Celtic are awarded a penalty.

CLOSE!

Hamilton 1-0 Ross County

Eamonn Brophy almost seals the points for Accies but fires his finish just over the bar.

YELLOW CARD

Motherwell 0-0 Dundee

Motherwell's young centre-half Ben Heneghan is booked for a foul eight yards outside his penalty box but the Steelmen clear the insipid free-kick that is floated their way.

Tete-a-tete

Motherwell 0-0 Dundee

Faissal El Bakhtaoui and Motherwell defender Richard Tait are warned by referee Andrew Dallas after they exchanged views, seemingly with their foreheads stuck together as they walked up the pitch towards the halfway line.

El of a chance for Dundee

Motherwell 0-0 Dundee

"It's there for the taking," says BBC Scotland football pundit Derek Ferguson at Fir Park, just before Dundee's Faissal El Bakhtaoui shoots straight at Craig Samson.

Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

The second-half has been a bit of a non-event at Celtic Park by all accounts. Very few clear cut chances created by either side but the Dons are still in the game.

GOAL Inverness CT 1-1 St Johnstone

Richard Foster

Good hold up play from Steven MacLean as he rolls the ball into the path of Richard Foster who fires an emphatic finish past Fon Williams to bring Saints level.

Lovely finish.

GOAL Hibernian 4-0 Morton

Brian Graham

GOAL Hamilton 1-0 Ross County

Dougie Imrie

County go close at one end through Michael Gardyne Hamilton spring a counter and Dougie Imrie clips a composed finish into the net to give Accies the lead.

GOAL Dundee United 2-2 Raith Rovers

Kevin McHattie

CLOSE!

Hamilton 0-0 Ross County

Eamonn Brophy tries to impress after coming on as a substitute, the Hamilton forward dragging a shot narrowly wide from the left-hand side of the box.

CLOSE!

Motherwell 0-0 Dundee

Faissal El Bakhtaoui almost breaks the deadlock at Fir Park. He takes the ball in the Motherwell penalty area, spins and fires towards the top corner but Craig Samson gets a strong hand to it to palm the ball away.

Inverness Caledonian Thistle 1-0 St Johnstone

Murray Davidson's 15-yard header drifts across the face of the Caley Thistle goal and wide of the far post as Saints threaten an equaliser.

Stalemate at Fir Park

Motherwell 0-0 Dundee

Michael Duffy's persistence down the right wins a corner for Dundee and when the set piece is cleared by Motherwell the ball falls kindly for Paul McGowan, but the Dee midfielder can't get his right-footed shot on target. Can anyone make the breakthrough?

Partick 1-1 Hearts

Chick Young

BBC Scotland at Firhill

Liam Lindsay's equaliser with a touch of England 66 about it. Except this time it WAS over the line after hitting the bar. Some game this right enough