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Live Reporting

Thomas McGuigan

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  1. Goodbye

    So, Hearts and Hibs play out a pulsating draw in the Edinburgh derby. They're both in tomorrow night's draw for the sixth round and will do it all again a week on Tuesday.

    Celtic, meanwhile, make heavy work of seeing off Lowland League outfit East Kilbride, whose manager Billy Ogilvie expresses pride in his side's memorable run to the last 16 of the Scottish Cup.

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  2. East Kilbride boss Billy Ogilvie

    "It was a great experience. My players gave every single drop they had. Our fitness level was so high as was their endeavour and their enthusiasm.

    "My players were just magnificent. It was fantastic. I've told the players how proud we are of them.

    "I'm going to meet my family, we're going to get something to eat and have a couple of small refreshments; savour it all..."  

    East Kilbride boss Billy Ogilvie
  3. Celtic boss Ronny Deila

    East Kilbride 0-2 Celtic

    "We have to give credit to our opponents today. I think they worked really hard and tried to play football which was nice to see.

    "We won comfortably but we wanted to create more. It was a hard surface today and we weren't accurate enough. 

    "We want our strikers to score so two goals for them today is good. We want to win the Scottish Cup and now we're in the quarter finals." 

    Celtic boss Ronny Deila
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    SMS Message: Great performance from EK, love seeing at least one Lanarkshire team playing well against the Giants. Celtic who? from SWS
  6. East Kilbride 0-2 Celtic

    East Kilbride boss Billy Ogilvie expresses pride in his side's display, adding: "We've been done by two set pieces."

  7. East Kilbride 0-2 Celtic

     Leigh Griffiths has just told BBC Scotland that Celtic should have won by a greater margin; also confirming the ball did hit his arm in the lead up to his goal. 


    The East Kilbride players embark on a lap of honour to applaud the supporters who cheered them on; it's reciprocated. The Lowland League outfit held their own against Celtic. 

  9. FULL-TIME East Kilbride 0-2 Celtic

    Goals from Leigh Griffiths and Colin Kazim-Richards see Celtic through to the quarter finals of the Scottish Cup.  The sound of booing, though, from some disgruntled supporters. 


    Three minutes of added time at the Excelsior Stadium...

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    Celtic skipper Scott Brown is denied a third goal for his side as his curling effort from the edge of the area clips the outside of the post.

    The game is fizzling out here; can the Lowland League outfit find a late consolation? 

  14. East Kilbride 0-2 Celtic

    Ryan Christie is on for Leigh Griffiths and the former Inverness CT midfielder has under 10 minutes to add to Celtic's tally.

  15. East Kilbride 0-2 Celtic

    Nir Bitton replaces Charlie Mulgrew who will be happy to get almost 80 minutes under his belt following a lengthy injury lay-off. 

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  17. CLOSE!

    East Kilbride 0-2 Celtic

    Scott Allan feeds Erik Sviatchenko and the ball is eventually played to James Forrest but the winger drags his shot wide. Forrest, with his head in his hands, trots dejectedly back to the halfway line.

  18. East Kilbride 0-2 Celtic

    East Kilbride pounce on a poor Scott Brown pass and Anton Brady feeds Jack Smith. The latter arrows a curled effort at goal but Logan Bailly saves comfortably.

  19. East Kilbride 0-2 Celtic

    Ronny Deila rolls the dice and brings on Scott Allan for Gary Mackay-Steven. Celtic, coasting at 2-0 in front, will be looking to add further goals with 20 minutes remaining.

  20. East Kilbride 0-2 Celtic

    Half an hour remaining at the Excelsior Stadium. Can East Kilbride reduce the deficit and force their way back into this Scottish Cup tie?