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Summary

  1. Dembele back-heels Griffiths' centre
  2. Aberdeen await Celtic in 27 November final
  3. Premiership: St Johnstone 2-1 Dundee
  4. Anderson volley & Swanson penalty for Saints
  5. Loy spot-kick replies for Dundee

Live Reporting

By Andy Burke

All times stated are UK

  1. Celtic seal return date to Hampden

    FT: Rangers 0-1 Celtic

    So Celtic will meet Aberdeen in the League Cup final at Hampden on Sunday 27 November after knocking out Rangers in a lively semi-final.

    Moussa Dembele was the man who once again proved a thorn in Rangers' side. After bagging a hat-trick in the 5-1 demolition at Celtic Park, the French striker finished superbly three minutes from time to give Celtic the victory after they pounded their rivals for long spells of the match.

    Next up for both clubs is Premiership duty on Wednesday night as Rangers take on St Johnstone at Ibrox while Celtic travel to the Highlands to face Ross County.

    Thanks for your company and contributions today. Stay across the BBC Sport Scotland website for more reaction from today's match at Hampden.

    Enjoy the rest of your Sunday.

    Celtic
  2. MATCH REPORT: Rangers 0-1 Celtic

    If you want to relive the drama that unfolded at Hampden, you can read Tom English's match report here.

  3. Rodgers hails ''great victory' for Celtic

    FT: Rangers 0-1 Celtic

    “A wonderful advert for the game here in Scotland. I thought we thoroughly deserved to win it. 

    "We created a host of chances . Our defensive aggression was very good. I think you seen today the level the players are at fitness-wise. Their power and aggression in defending was there to see. 

    "I think we stopped Rangers building which is a key part of their game. We were able to create lots of chances but unfortunately didn’t take them, but we got there in the end.

    "Overall a great victory for us.”

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers on BBC Radio Scotland

    Brendan Rodgers
  4. 'I couldn't believe goal was ruled out'

    FT: Rangers 0-1 Celtic

    Celtic defender Erik Sviatchenko believes referee Craig Thomson called it wrong when he disallowed his headed goal for a foul on Lee Wallace.

    “I couldn’t believe it wasn’t allowed because I thought I did brilliant getting him off me and heading into the back of the net but Moussa did well scorring at the end and we are in the final," Sviatchenko said.

    "I thought we were the better team and when you take the initiative and dominate the other team then you will be rewarded and we did in the end."

    Erik Sviatchenko
    Image caption: Erik Sviatchenko is stunned to see his goal ruled out
  5. Warburton sees the positive side

    FT: Rangers 0-1 Celtic

    "Very pleased with many aspects. Unfortunately it went the wrong way. A lot of positives. It [the winning goal] is one of those things."

    Rangers manager Mark Warburton speaking to BT Sport

    Mark Warburton
  6. 'Now we have to go and win the final

    FT: Rangers 0-1 Celtic

    “When the ball came I saw it was a bit behind me so it was the only thing I could do to try to score, I’ve done it and thankfully the ball went in. 

    "We’re all happy that we are in the final and now we have to go and win it. 

    "I wouldn’t say it was a different Rangers because it was the same players but today they stayed compact, but we were the better team today."

    Celtic striker Moussa Dembele on BBC Radio Scotland

    Moussa Dembele
    Image caption: Moussa Dembele turns the ball past Matt Gilks to score the winner for Celtic
  7. FULL-TIME

    Rangers 0-1 Celtic

    Moussa Dembele's goal proves to be the winner as Celtic book their place in the League Cup final where they will face Aberdeen.

  8. Post update

    Rangers 0-1 Celtic

    After a hat-trick in the 5-1 league win over Rangers, Moussa Dembele looks to have put the Ibrox club to the sword yet again.

    90 seconds left at Hampden....

  9. GREAT SAVE!

    Rangers 0-1 Celtic

    Rangers are hanging on now.

    Griffiths races free of the Rangers defence and is one-on-one with Matt Gilks but the keeper stays tall and palms away the clipped finish.

    Great goalkeeping.

  10. GOAL Rangers 0-1 Celtic

    Moussa Dembele

    Finally the breakthrough comes for Celtic, and the Griffiths-Dembele partnership pays dividends.

    Griffiths gets in behind the tired Rangers defence, caresses a lovely square ball with the outside of the left foot towards Dembele, who applies a stunning flick with his trailing foot to divert the ball past Gilks and into the net.

    A wonderful goal and you have to say a deserved one for Celtic.

  11. GREAT SAVE!

    Rangers 0-0 Celtic

    Matt Gilks rescues Rangers. James Forrest slips in Stuart Armstrong who bears down on goal but Gilks is out quickly once again to make a terrific reaction save with his left foot.

    The Rangers keeper has been outstanding today.

  12. Post update

    Rangers 0-0 Celtic

    Joe Dodoo earns Rangers a corner with some positive play.

    The ball is clipped into the area where Joe Garner tries to volley at goal on the turn but his effort lacks power and Gordon saves easily.

  13. PENALTY APPEAL

    Rangers 0-0 Celtic

    The Celtic fans are screaming for a penalty as Scott Sinclair goes down under the challenge of Lee Wallace but, after a long hard look, referee Craig Thomson waves play on.

    After seeing a replay, it looks like a brilliantly timed tackle from Wallace.

  14. SUBSTITUTION

    Rangers 0-0 Celtic

    Rangers make their final change with the introduction of Joe Dodoo in place of Barrie McKay.

  15. 'Can Rangers hold out'

    Rangers 0-0 Celtic

    Pat Bonner

    BBC Scotland pundit

    "You just wonder if Rangers can hold out with the firepower that Celtic have on the pitch. Stuart Armstrong's been influential since he's gone on. Then you've got Leigh Griffiths, Moussa Dembele, Scott Sinclair. James Forrest who has been quiet but can come alive at any time. Will Rangers hold out here?"

  16. Post update

    Rangers 0-0 Celtic

    Andy Halliday looks out on his feet and he gifts possession to James Forrest who glides forward and curls a left-foot effort a couple of yards wide.

    So many attempts from Celtic but they have not been clinical enough.

    Will they be punished for their wastefulness in front of goal?

  17. CLOSE!

    Rangers 0-0 Celtic

    The Griffiths-Dembele partnership looks threatening.

    First Leigh Griffiths engineers a yard of space in the box but his left-foot strike is straight at Matt Gilks.

    Moments later Moussa Dembele curls a right-footed effort from the edge of the box inches wide of the post.

    16 shots on goal from Celtic, five on target but still they can not get that opening goal.

    You would think whoever scores first wins this now.

  18. Post update

    Rangers 0-0 Celtic

    Rangers are starting to stem the tide here and are looking more dangerous themselves.

    Lee Wallace goes galloping up the left flank and aims a ball towards Joe Garner in the penalty area but he just can't get a foot to the cross.