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Live Reporting

By Thomas McGuigan

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    FT: Rangers 2-0 Aberdeen

    Want to relive all this weekend's Premiership action? Of course you do!

    Sportscene will be broadcast on the BBC Scotland channel tonight at 19:15.

    We'll also have highlights of the weekend action on our website later.

    Uche Ikpeazu ensured Hearts secured a share of the spoils in the Edinburgh derby, while a James Tavernier double saw Rangers reduce Celtic's lead at the top of the Premiership to nine points, with a comfortable victory against Aberdeen.

    Celtic need a point to secure their eighth consecutive league title.

    Thanks for your company, enjoy what's left of your weekend.

  2. 'I would've knocked his teeth out'

    Hibernian 1-1 Hearts

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  3. Premiership table

    FT: Rangers 2-0 Aberdeen

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  4. 'Comprehensive' win

    FT: Rangers 2-0 Aberdeen

    Neil McCann

    Former Scotland and Rangers winger on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: That was comprehensive today. Clearly Derek McInnes' gameplan was to contain Rangers. He lost the goal in the first half and then had to go for it and that when Rangers' opened them up. On the face of it it was two goals from penalty kicks and none from open play
    James Tavernier
    Image caption: James Tavernier was Rangers' hero in the victory against Aberdeen
  5. Story of the game

    FT: Rangers 2-0 Aberdeen

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  6. FULL-TIME Rangers 2-0 Aberdeen

    A James Tavernier double seals victory for Rangers and means Celtic's Premiership title-clinching ambitions are delayed for at least a week...

    Rangers celebrate
    Image caption: Rangers cruised to victory against Aberdeen at Ibrox
  7. Rangers close in on victory

    Rangers 2-0 Aberdeen

    Two minutes of added time at the end of a one-sided affair at Ibrox.

  8. 'Must do better'

    Rangers 2-0 Aberdeen

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: Aberdeen will have to be better next week against Celtic. Derek McInnes will be looking for his team to improve on their home form which hasn't been good this season. They won’t be looking forward to Celtic hoping for a title party at Pittodrie next week
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    Alex Johnson: Hits him in the face, 100% a penalty. Doesn't matter how light he hits him, his hand is all over Katic's face

  10. Wallace on for Rangers

    Rangers 2-0 Aberdeen

    Lee Wallace replaces Jermain Defoe and receives generous applause for the defender as he trots onto the pitch.

  11. 'Well taken' Tavernier

    Rangers 2-0 Aberdeen

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: Joe Lewis goes the same way as James Tavernier's spot kick. But it’s so accurate. Even with his [Joe Lewis'] large frame and stretch he’s no where near it. Really well taken by Tavernier
  12. GOAL Rangers 2-0 Aberdeen

    James Tavernier

    A second goal for Rangers, a second penalty and a second strike for James Tavernier. Once again, the Dons feel aggrieved about the decision but Tavernier all but seals the points from the spot.

    Ramgers Goal
  13. RED CARD Andrew Considine

    Rangers 1-0 Aberdeen

  14. PENALTY TO RANGERS

    Rangers 1-0 Aberdeen

    Referee Don Robertson points to the spot after Nikola Katic falls to the turf holding his face after contesting an aerial challenge with Andrew Considine.

    It's a second yellow for Considine and he's given his marching orders. The Dons can't believe it.

  15. Aberdeen change

    Rangers 1-0 Aberdeen

    Greg Stewart replaces Sam Cosgrove in a final roll of the dice for Aberdeen.

  16. Dons only need 'one chance'

    Rangers 1-0 Aberdeen

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: There’s only one goal in it. Aberdeen only need the one chance. Rangers have given the ball away too much. There’s a way of managing games but I don’t believe it’s by slowing the game down. Rangers should be ahead by more
  17. Rangers cruising to victory

    Rangers 1-0 Aberdeen

    The game is being played at almost testimonial pace. Rangers, a goal to the good courtesy of James Tavernier's penalty, are passing the ball across the pitch with Aberdeen unable to get back into this game.

  18. Rangers press for second goal

    Rangers 1-0 Aberdeen

    Ryan Kent and Steven Davis combine well before trying to play striker Jermain Defoe in on goal but the pass is too heavy and it's a reprieve for the Dons.

  19. Dons 'committed to getting forward'

    Rangers 1-0 Aberdeen

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: Aberdeen are much more committed to getting forward. Derek McInnes made the changes to encourage them to get up the park and they’re doing well enough, although they haven’t created anything.