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Summary

  1. Scottish Premiership results
  2. Aberdeen 1-1 ICT (McGinn; Vigurs), Dundee 1-1 Kilmarnock (El Bakhtaoui; Coulibaly), Hearts 3-1 Hamilton (Walker 2, Nicholson; Crawford)
  3. Partick Th 0-2 St Johnstone (Anderson, MacLean), Ross County 1-1 Motherwell (Boyce; Moult, pen)
  4. Celtic 5-1 Rangers
  5. Dembele (3), Sinclair & Armstrong for Celtic
  6. Garner netted for Rangers, Senderos sent off

Live Reporting

By Keir Murray

All times stated are UK

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  1. That's all for one day

    Thanks very much indeed for clicking on or thumbing through our online offering today. It's been an exciting afternoon, with Celtic in the Premiership and Hibernian in the Championship maintaining their 100% records.

    Keep an eye for more post-match reaction on the website, and on Sunday at 18:00 BST we'll be publishing highlights of all six of today's top-tier games.

    And by the way, have you checked how you got on in the Scottish Premiership Predictor?

    Have a great evening.

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    Edinburgh Arab: "Player of the day must be Cammy Bell - a world record of penalty saves - 3 saves in 20 minutes - how many world records do Scottish players possess?"

    Christine, Lanark: "Sam Nicholson player of the day. 60th minute sub and got a penalty and scored and turned the game round for us. He was a game changer today. He was the difference. 100% a pen too."

  3. On mispronunciations...

    Tommy from Super Ayr: "It really grates on me when commentators shorten Kilmarnocknill to just Kilmarnock."

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    Lucy the Arab: "Cammy Bell for player of the day. 3 penalties and 3 saves . He was outstanding." 

    Nick in Fife: "Absolutely agree with Cammy Bell nomination. I was at the game today and am sure I've just witnessed a piece of history as surely this triple penalty save has never been done before in a competitive game. What made his third save even better is he was down badly injured just before it and stood up limping to just calmly palm away the third. Absolutely top drawer stuff."

    Michael: "Really chuffed as a Hibs fan with our start to the season. 5 wins from 5 and today's game was the kind of game we didn't win last year. Neil Lennon really impressing me so far and yet another goal for Jason the goal machine. Might as well enjoy him now because he'll be away next summer I'd think."

  5. Get the kettle on

    FT Dundee 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock manager Lee Clark and Dundee counterpart Paul Hartley
    Image caption: Kilmarnock manager Lee Clark and Dundee counterpart Paul Hartley head for a post-match cuppa after their match at Dens Park ended 1-1
  6. Player of the day - Bell or Dembele?

    Dundee United goalkeeper Cammy Bell saved three penalties in his team's 3-1 win over Dunfermline
    Image caption: Dundee United goalkeeper Cammy Bell saved three penalties in his team's 3-1 win over Dunfermline
    Celtic striker Moussa Dembele has three bottles of fizz and the match ball to mark his hat-trick against Rangers
    Image caption: Celtic striker Moussa Dembele has three bottles of fizz and the match ball to mark his hat-trick against Rangers
  7. Canning keeps a lid on it

    FT Hearts 3-1 Hamilton

    Richard Wilson

    BBC Scotland at Tynecastle

    Martin Canning is frustrated at two refereeing decisions at Tynecastle. He disagrees with the decision to award a penalty against his side when Sam Nicholson went down, claiming Nicholson himself said he was off balance and had no choice but to go over. 

    Canning also believes his side should have had a penalty when Dougie Imrie went down near the end, but the Hamilton manager refused to criticise the match officials.

    Hamilton Accies player-manager Martin Canning
  8. And at Flushing Meadows

  9. Off the Ball

    BBC Radio Scotland's Off the Ball is starting now, with Stuart Cosgrove and Tam Cowan discussing the day's action and mispronunc... misspronounciat... misprounounciations.. Och, you know what I mean.

    Off the Ball presenters Stuart Cosgrove and Tam Cowan
    Image caption: Off the Ball presenters Stuart Cosgrove and Tam Cowan
  10. A point apiece in Dingwall

    Ross County 1-1 Motherwell

    Ross County's in-form striker Liam Boyce puts the Staggies in front
    Image caption: Ross County's in-form striker Liam Boyce puts the Staggies in front
    Louis Moult levelled for the Steelmen to earn his team a point after Scott McDonald had been fouled
    Image caption: Louis Moult levelled for the Steelmen to earn his team a point after Scott McDonald had been fouled
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  12. Neilson feels penalty 'repercussion'

    FT Hearts 3-1 Hamilton

    Richard Wilson

    BBC Scotland at Tynecastle

    Hearts manager Robbie Neilson feels doubts about refereeing decisions are being "thrown" at him as a "repercussion" of Jamie Walker being banned for diving earlier in the season. 

    He feels there was contact on Sam Nicholson when he went down in the area for the spot kick that Walker converted to put Hearts in front against Hamilton.

    Jamie Walker slots home a penalty for Hearts to make it 2-1
    Image caption: Jamie Walker slots home a penalty for Hearts to make it 2-1
  13. Cool-ibaly

    FT Dundee 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock's Souleymane Coulibaly salutes the travelling fans at full time
    Image caption: Kilmarnock's Souleymane Coulibaly, who scored with an overhead kick, salutes the travelling fans at full time
  14. Foran unhappy with the ref

    Aberdeen 1-1 Inverness CT

    Inverness CT manager Richie Foran: "I just want referees and officials to be fair to us. If you're going to book three of our players, you've got to be consistent and you've got to be fair. I thought Aberdeen were there for the taking. I thought defensively, all over the park, we were magnificent. We had chances. We're looking for one more player. It has to be the right player so we'll be taking our time. In a couple of days' time I might be happy with a point. What a great game to look forward to (playing Celtic). We'll be going to win that game of football."

    Inverness Caley Thistle boss Richie Foran
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    John Mclean, 'Inversnecky': "[Aberdeen boss Derek] McInnes bereft of ideas. Sticking with the old tried and trusted failures and the performances are for all to see."

  16. Saints end poor run at Firhill

    FT Partick Thistle 0-2 St Johnstone

    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland at Firhill

    The same two scorers who gave Saints a 2014 Scottish Cup final win struck to end a bad record against Partick Thistle.

    A first win in five attempts against the Jags for the Perth men.

    Steven Anderson and Steven MacLean's strikes were good in different ways - Anderson's from a tight angle and MacLean's a solid shot from at least 20 yards.

  17. Tynecastle controversy

    FT Hearts 3-1 Hamilton

    I suspect this incident - when Hearts' Sam Nicholson was awarded a penalty against Hamilton with the score tied at 1-1 - will be discussed at length on Sportscene tomorrow.

    Sam Nicholson goes down in the Hamilton box
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    Championship final scores

    Ayr 2-1 Morton

    Dumbarton 0-1 Hibernian

    Dunfermline 1-3 Dundee United

    Raith Rovers 0-2 Falkirk

    St Mirren 1-3 Queen of the South

  19. Damage to Celtic Park

    Our news colleagues are reporting that toilets were damaged at Celtic Park.

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    Toilets have been damaged at Celtic Park
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    Hearts 3-1 Hamilton Accies