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Live Reporting

By Thomas McGuigan

All times stated are UK

  1. Saturday round-up

    So, victories for Celtic, Rangers, Hibernian and Ross County on a pulsating day of Premiership action.

    Brendan Rodgers' side create history as they set a British record by going 63 domestic matches unbeaten.

    Highlights of all today's game will be available on our website tomorrow, we'll also be back for Hearts v Kilmarnock from Murrayfield.

    Hope you can join us then. Cheers.

  2. 'I thought we were breathtaking at times' - Lennon

    Hibernian 2-1 Dundee

    Hibernian manager Neil Lennon: “If [Stokes] has punched [Jack Hendry] there might be retrospective punishment but the referee has seen it and the other officials have seen it they’ve warranted it a yellow card. There was lot going on in the game and I didn’t think we got the rub of the green with decision at times, but I’m not here to criticise the referee. I’m just thoroughly proud of my team.

    "It’s a fantastic result, arguably the best of the season considering the circumstances. We’re down to 15 fit players, we lost three today, but the second half performance was more than I could have expected from the team. I thought they were breathtaking at times, particularly the last half hour, so they thoroughly deserved the win. I’m really pleased not just with the effort and commitment of the team, but the quality of the football.

    "I felt we could have won the game by more and I felt we had a perfectly good goal disallowed, Stokesy’s onside."

    Hibernian boss Neil Lennon
    Image caption: Neil Lennon: "I’m just thoroughly proud of my team"
  3. McCann anger at defending and Stokes incident

    Hibernian 2-1 Dundee

    Dundee manager Neil McCann: "I’m very unhappy again. Basic defending, real poor start to the game, ridiculous. It’s a cheap goal. Then we get ourselves going and we dominate the first half once we got our game plan going. We scored an excellent equaliser then the second half Neil’s made a few changes to his shape but I wasn’t too upset by it. The keeper makes an unbelievable save from El Bakhtaoui that keeps them in the game.

    "The second goal is so basic defending. We worked on it this week, and that’s so angering. It’s killed us. What I’m more angry about is the guy who crosses the ball, [Anthony Stokes] shouldn’t be on the pitch. He’s punched our defender between the legs.

    "The fourth official says he sees it, says they’re dealing with it because of the melee and for whatever reason they’ve deemed it not violent conduct. Well, I’m sorry, it’s a close fist where it hurts, our player’s gone down and he should have been red carded."

    Dundee manager Neil McCann
    Image caption: Dundee manager Neil McCann was unhappy with events at Easter Road
  4. 'We gave it a good shot' - Lasley

    Ross County 3-2 Motherwell

    "We gave ourselves too much to do," says Motherwell assistant boss Keith Lasley. "You go 3-0 down against anyone in this league then I think you're going to struggle to get back into it.

    "We gave it a good shot in the second half and looked to get a reaction. It was the only thing we could do to give our travelling band of fans something to shout about - and I think we did that."

    Motherwell assistant boss Keith Lasley
    Image caption: Lasley says Motherwell gave themselves a mountain to climb against Ross County
  5. Positives despite dropped points - Derek McInnes

    Hamilton Academical 2-2 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes felt his side had a lot of positives to take from the 2-2 draw with Hamilton.

    "We should be talking about a lot of the positives, especially in the second half, but unfortunately it's hard to talk about that when we've dropped two points," he told BBC Scotland.

    "I'm just disappointed that having got ourselves in front and looking very assured at that moment in the game that we haven't managed to see the game out."

    Derek McInnes

    Aberdeen have an excellent home record against Hamilton, but the Superseal Stadium is a ground the Dons often struggle on.

    McInnes said: "I think we've won every (home) game against Hamilton in my time here.

    "I don't think the pitch can be used as a sole excuse, I think Hamilton are just a competitive team. It's a good crowd here when we come and I think they respond."

  6. 'We were the far better team' - Coyle

    Ross County 3-2 Motherwell

    "I'm delighted," says Ross County boss Owen Coyle. "We knew that it was going to be a tough challenge and it was important that we set about the game as we did.

    "We had ad good lead to take into half-time and it's disappointing we allowed Motherwell back into the game. They've scored two wonderful headers, but there's no doubt that over the piece we were the far better team."

    Ross County boss Owen Coyle
    Image caption: Owen Coyle believes his Ross County deserved their victory against Motherwell
  7. We deserved to win - Martin Canning

    Hamilton Academical 2-2 Aberdeen

    Hamilton Academical manager Martin Canning felt "three points got away from us" as they had to settled for a point at home to Aberdeen.

    He told BBC Scotland: "I think before the game we would have taken a point against Aberdeen considering the form they are in, but I think on the basis of the game and the chances we created, we probably deserved more than we got.

    "All over the park today there were big performances. I always know with the players I'm going to get 100%, I'm going to get full commitment."

    Hamilton Accies manager Martin Canning
    Image caption: Martin Canning: "We probably deserved more than we got"
  8. 'I apologised at half-time' - David Templeton

    Hamilton Academical 2-2 Aberdeen

    Hamilton midfielder David Templeton was a relived man to get a goal in the 2-2 draw with Aberdeen after spurning a number of earlier chances.

    He told BBC Scotland: "As a fan it would have been a really good game to watch, there were lots of chances at both ends. Especially from myself, I had a couple of great chances I should have scored.

    "I've probably scored the hardest one out of the three of them. At 2-1 down, to get that equaliser after the two I had missed, I think you could see I was happy with it.

    "I apologised to the lads at half-time for the chances I missed, because if I take them we're two or three nil up."

    David Templeton (centre)
    Image caption: David Templeton (centre) celebrates his goal
  9. 'Gaffer wanted us to break records' - Brown

    St Johnstone 0-4 Celtic

    "It (the record) is huge for the club and the lads," says Celtic captain Scott Brown. "I don't think, in our wildest dreams, we believe this could have happened. But great management and also playing great football as well.

    "As soon as the gaffer came in, he wanted us to break records. But I don't think anyone would've ever thought we'd break this record."

    Celtic captain Scott Brown and manager Brendan Rodgers
    Image caption: Scott Brown: "The record is huge for the club and the lads"
  10. 'We lost poor goals' - Thistle boss

    Rangers 3-0 Partick Thistle

    "We got into good areas but didn't quite do enough when we got into the final third," says Partick Thistle boss Alan Archibald. "It came down to the goals we lost today and we lost very poor goals. We gave Rangers two goals rather than making them work for it."

    Partick Thistle boss Alan Archibald
  11. FULL-TIME

    Championship

    Brechin City 0-1 Dumbarton

    Dundee United 2-1 St Mirren

    Falkirk 1-1 Dunfermline

    Livingston 0-0 Inverness CT

    Morton 1-2 Queen of South

    League One

    Albion Rovers 3-4 Forfar

    Alloa 1-0 Airdrie

    Arbroath 1-4 Ayr United

    Raith 1-0 East Fife

    Stranraer 3-0 Queen's Park

    League Two

    Annan 0-0 Berwick Rangers

    Cowdenbeath 1-3 Montrose

    Edinburgh City 1-2 Stirling Albion

    Elgin 0-2 Peterhead

    Stenhousemuir 1-1 Clyde

  12. FULL-TIME Ross County 3-2 Motherwell

  13. FULL-TIME Hibernian 2-1 Dundee

  14. GOAL Dundee Utd 2-1 St Mirren

    Adam Eckersley

  15. FULL-TIME Rangers 3-0 Partick Thistle

  16. FULL-TIME Hamilton 2-2 Aberdeen

  17. Hamilton the more dangerous

    Hamilton Academical 2-2 Aberdeen

    It is Hamilton who look the more likely to find a winner. Rakish Bingham sees a shot deflected wide, but the corner kick is disappointing and an easy save for Joe Lewis.

  18. CLOSE!

    Ross County 3-2 Motherwell

    Is it a late, late, late Motherwell equaliser? No! Cedric Kipre sees his point-blank header saved brilliantly by Aaron McCarey.

  19. GOAL Stranraer 3-0 Queen's Park

    Ryan Wallace

  20. GOAL Ross County 3-2 Motherwell

    Louis Moult

    Well set up a grandstand finish in Dingwall as Louis Moult sends a looping header into the near corner of the net.

    The Steelmen couldn't pull off the mother of all comebacks, could they?