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- FT Celtic 1-0 Dundee (Ntcham)
- FT Hamilton 1-2 Motherwell (Skondras; Rose, Hartley)
- FT Hibs 0-1 Aberdeen (Mackay-Steven); FT Partick Thistle 0-2 Kilmarnock (Boyd, Frizzell)
- FT Ross County 1-2 Hearts (Keillor-Dunn; Goncalves, Walker)
- Connor Randall sent off for Hearts
Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson: "This is a difficult place to come. The surface levels everything out. There's not a lot of football ever gets played here. When you go 1-0 down, with our boys you know they are never going to give up. Andy Rose had a great finish to bring us back into the game, he was terrific all day, and then we always had the momentum to go on and win the game. He reminds me of a young Stephen Pearson. We knew Peter Hartley was a goal threat. I thought he was a colossus at both ends of the pitch. His leadership qualities are there for all to see. Hopefully we might be able to get something done with him."
Hearts manager Craig Levein: "I was pleased in lots of spells in the match where we passed the ball and looked quite assured but then we would take a little knock and our confidence would go. I was delighted that we not only passed the ball well again [in the second half] but had to contend with going down to 10 men. I probably had more teenagers on the pitch today than I would have liked but they all did well. They [strikers Isma Goncalves and Kyle Lafferty] are past the age of changing how they play so it's just a case of finding out what they are good at it, letting them do that and then working everything else around that. I was really pleased with John Souttar. He won a lot of headers today. Overall I am really thrilled to have had a hard game away from home, down to 10 men and to still have managed to hold on."
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes: "When you come to Easter Road you are not going to get it all your own way. I thought it was fiercely contested. The goal had loads of quality about it - the build-up approach play, the weight of pass, the timing of the run and the finish. We managed to keep the Hibs threat to a minimum. I thought Hibs were very good up until the final third. It's very pleasing for Gary because it's been stop-start for him. We have managed to win a very tight match. The players have knocked their pan in. That's three clean sheets in a row."
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers: "The players have been away, only came together on Friday and we were a bit disjointed. We showed quite a few moments of quality but needed to find the final ball more accurately. There is no doubting the spirit in the team. We're into a run of games where there is a big demand physically on us. Champions do that bit extra. Dundee have been together for two weeks focusing on this game whereas our boys have been travelling all round the place and still managed to get the result."
Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon: "I'm frustrated. We were excellent. It's just in the final third we were lacking. Aberdeen are a good side. We worked Joe Lewis in the second, we had 16 attempts at goal, three on target; that is my bug bear. We defended really well. I always believed we could get an equaliser but it wasn't to be. I need more from my forward players.
"We are playing well. It's probably the best at home for a while, but we've lost; that's the bottom line. I can't criticise the performance today."
From the moment Gary Mackay-Steven scored the opener for Aberdeen in 38 minutes against Hibs until Olivier Ntcham's goal for Celtic against Dundee 16 minutes into the second half, these Dons fans were celebrating being top of the league.
Banks O'Dee 2-0 Selkirk
Berwick Rangers 1-0 Annan Athletic
Buckie Thistle 6-2 BSC Glasgow
Civil Service Strollers 0-5 Brora Rangers
Cowdenbeath 0-1 East Kilbride
Deveronvale 0-2 Glenafton Athletic
Edinburgh University 0-2 Fraserburgh
Elgin City 3-1 Edusport Academy
Formartine United 4-0 East Stirlingshire
Keith 0-3 Clyde
Montrose 4-1 Stirling University
Nairn County 1-2 Cove Rangers
Peterhead 9-0 Colville Park
Spartans 3-0 Clachnacuddin (latest score after 81 minutes)
Stirling Albion 3-5 Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale
Well, we had one half of the famous East Fife 5 Forfar 4 scoreline. East Fife did score five today and their opponents scored four times but, I'm afraid, no amount of accent wangling will make Albion Rovers sound as satisfying as "Fawfah".
Brechin City 0-1 Greenock Morton
Dumbarton 0-2 St Mirren
Falkirk 0-0 Inverness CT
Livingston 2-0 Dundee United
Queen of the South 0-0 Dunfermline
Ayr United 2-2 Airdrieonians
East Fife 5-4 Albion Rovers
Queen's Park 1-1 Forfar Athletic
Raith Rovers 2-0 Arbroath
Stranraer 2-0 Alloa
Alan Archibald, who led Thistle to a top-six finish last season on a modest budget, is having a miserable time of it with injuries and results in this campaign. The Jags are three points adrift at the foot of the Premiership.
BBC Scotland summariser
What a brilliant game this has been. A terrific advert for Scottish football. Two top sides.
A big three points for Kilmarnock - their first Premiership win of the season while Partick Thistle's maiden league victory still eludes them.
Kris Doolan shows great control to take down a high ball and shoot but goalkeeper Jamie MacDonald pulls off an equally impressive save.
Moments later, Conor Sammon's effort comes off the post and rolls into the arms of the Kilmarnock keeper.
It just isn't Partick Thistle's day.
Five minutes added on.
Aberdeen continue to get back in numbers to keep Hibs at bay, with manager Derek McInnes gesturing to the large Dons support to make some noise to help get them through this. BBC Sportsound summariser Allan Preston reckons they are now playing with a flat back six, with four in midfield. Somewhere former Scotland manager Craig Levein is having a wry smile to himself.
Great challenge from Ryan Christie to deny Danny Swanson after good play from Hibs. Then Swanson again has a chance but goalkeeper Joe Lewis gets a hand to it.
They are pushing for an equaliser but Aberdeen are holding firm.
Olivier Ntcham celebrates with his Celtic team-mates. Can Dundee nab a point in the remaining 10 minutes?
Roarie Deacon goes through on goal for Dundee but his shot is well saved by Dorus de Vries.
Big, big chance
A real opportunity for Hibs. Graeme Shinnie is caught out by Martin Boyle and Scott McKenna keeps Aberdeen in front by deflecting the shot wide.
Things are going well for David Hopkin, the Livi boss. As things stand, his West Lothian club would be in second place in the Championship, only three points adrift of leaders St Mirren.
BBC Sport Scotland at Celtic Park
Scott Bain has been in good form in the Dundee goal. He managed to repel a magical run and shot from Patrick Roberts and then a low drive from Leigh Griffiths.
But he was outfoxed by a swerving effort from Olivier Ntcham - a classic squiggler for those familiar with that type of effort. The home crowd rose to roar their approval.
BBC Sport Scotland at SuperSeal Stadium
Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson often says he signed Peter Hartley on a season-long loan from Blackpool because of his threat from set-pieces, and the Englishman has lived up to that reputation. That was his third goal of the campaign.
BBC Sport Scotland
There is serious disgruntlement among the Thistle fans, exacerbated by that fabulous Adam Frizzell goal. Thistle's winless run looks like being extended and this result will cast Alan Archibald's side three points adrift at the bottom.
After Scotland's World Cup disappointment, two players who will hope to feature heavily in the Euro 2020 campaign are Aberdeen's Gary Mackay-Steven and Hibs' John McGinn, and both have been impressive for their clubs this afternoon at Easter Road.
Hearts right-back Connor Randall is sent off for a second booking.
Jordan Jones nets on the rebound after Kris Boyd's effort is saved but the Kilmarnock winger is flagged offside.
Peter Hartley knocks in Motherwell's second at the home of their Lanarkshire rivals.
Big John Sutton heads in the Buddies' second goal at Dumbarton.
Winger Jamie Walker scores his first goal of the season, crashing the ball into the roof of the County net. Can Hearts hold on to their lead for more than two minutes this time?
Adam Frizzell came close moments ago but there was no stopping him this time as his stunning 30-yard effort flies past Tomas Cerny. Killie well on their way to a first league win of the season now.
Almost a second for Kilmarnock as Adam Frizzell fires over. A second would surely seal their first three points of the season.
Olivier Ntcham pounces on slack possession in the Dundee defence and fires in a shot that moves somewhat on its route to goal and deceives goalkeeper Scott Bain.