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Live Reporting

Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

  1. Watch live Scottish Cup and draw

    Don't forget that BBC Scotland's long weekend of action continues on Monday night as the final Scottish third-round game between former SPFL side Brechin City and juniors Darvel is shown live on the BBC Scotland channel.

    Hearts and Scotland centre-half John Souttar will join former internationals James McFadden and Willie Miller to provide analysis from 19:30.

    It will be followed by the fourth-round draw.

    Join us then and bye for now.

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    Video caption: Meet the man behind Brechin's pitch patterns
  2. Watch highlights on BBC Scotland

    That's almost all from me for another long, exciting day, but there's more coverage of the Premiership to come on the BBC.

    Former Rangers duo Kenny Miller and Richard Foster are Jane Lewis' guests for Sunday Sportscene's highlights show on the BBC Scotland channel at 19:15 and repeated on BBC One at 23:50.

    Sportscene
  3. Glass pleased with Dons' 'bravery'

    FT: Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen manager Stephen Glass is disappointed by the nature of the defeat but found positives in his side's performance.

    "We didn't start well gave them the upper hand," he tells BBC Scotland. "They moved it around a lot and they had a lot opportunities.

    "The overriding thing is getting beat by the deflection at the end really.

    "You can try and try to keep it tight, but I don't think that works with the quality that Celtic have.

    "The players are disappointed and they're a bit argumentative in there, which I am happy with. It shows their character.

    "It takes bravery to come out in these matches and press the way that they did and take the ball the way they did."

  4. Celtic manager vague on January targets

    FT: Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    Ange Postecoglou points out the lack of cover in certain positions - we can guess probably in defence and left-back in particular - when asked about the possibility of January signings.

    "In the back half of the year, we will need to bolster the squad," he says. "It's been well documented the injury problems we have had.

    "The number of additions will just be determined on who we can get in."

    Ange Postecoglou and Jota
  5. Postecoglou pleased with bright start

    FT: Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou is upbeat after his side's narrow win against the Dons.

    "We started brightly and we had chances," he tells BBC Scotland. "After their penalty, it was tight, but we upped our tempo and pace at the right moments and I was confident that we would get the result.

    "A the end, they were still sprinting about and trying to win the ball back, so I'm happy with the effort I got from the players.

    "The fixture schedule is tough, especially European nights because of the travel times on away days, but it's the challenge we want and it's where we want to be."

  6. Pressure on Dons manager Glass

    FT: Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Aberdeen's next three games are winnable games, but in the past they are games they haven't won them and they should be winning them
  7. Snow stopping Rangers

    FT: Livingston 1-3 Rangers

    In today's earlier kick-off, snowballs thrown on to the pitch by Rangers fans delayed the start of the second half in Livingston.

    But it could not prevent Giovanni van Bronckhorst's side securing victory thanks to goals from Scott Arfield, Joe Aribo and Fashion Sakala in the Dutchman's first Premiership game in charge of the visitors.

    Rangers celebrate
    Livingston goalkeeper Max Stryjek kicks snowballs off the pitch
  8. Auld tribute

    HT: Celtic 1-1 Aberdeen

    Scott Brown's day had also started on an emotional note as the Aberdeen captain and his successor as Celtic skipper, Callum McGregor, led their sides in a pre-match tribute to the late Bertie Auld, the home idol who died last week.

    Callum McGregor and Scott Brown
  9. Brown blow

    FT: Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen's problems are not just consigned to their poor run of results.

    Scott Brown was hoping for a winning return to Celtic Park, but the former Bhoys captain leaves having been added to the visitors' injury list after hobbling off with what looked like a hamstring pull.

    Celtic's Josop Juranovic helps Aberdeen's Scott Brown
  10. Danger signs for Dons

    FT: Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen's third consecutive defeat leaves Stephen Glass' side in eighth place, but they are only two points ahead of Dundee in second bottom, with the four sides below them having a game in hand.

    They are only three points behind Hibs in sixth, but the Edinburgh side have played two fewer games and the Dons' hopes of finishing in the top half of the table have certainly taken a blow in recent weeks.

  11. Could Aberdeen have been braver?

    FT: Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: I thought that Aberdeen would have been better in the second half to try and get something out of the game. I have seen it at Celtic Park before. The fans at Celtic Park start to get a bit nervous and turn, but Aberdeen never took advantage of it
  12. Aberdeen 'need points on the board'

    FT: Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    Pat Bonner

    Former Celtic goalkeeper on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Celtic deserved their victory and it could have been more. But, for Stephen Glass, it's another defeat and in the next few games he's going to have to get those all-important points on the board. The injury list is piling up and that's two more on the casualty bed for him tonight through Scott Brown and Dylan McGeouch
  13. McGregor gets lucky

    FT: Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    Jonny Hayes fires the ball off Callum McGregor
    Image caption: Jonny Hayes' attempted clearance deflected off former Celtic team-mate Callum McGregor and into the net
    Celtic captain Callum McGregor celebrates
  14. FULL-TIME Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    Celtic end the weekend still four points behind Rangers and back up into second above Hearts.

    But, boy, were they made to work for it against a highly physical Aberdeen who were eventually undone by a bizarre goal deflected off home captain Callum McGregor.

  15. Ajeti on for Kyogo

    Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    Albian Ajeti is sent on for a token few minutes for a tired looking fellow striker Furuhashi Kyogo, who has taken a lot of heavy knocks.

  16. Post update

    Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    It's into stoppage time now and Celtic look to have seen this game out...

  17. Aberdeen getting caught on the counter

    Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    Pat Bonner

    Former Celtic goalkeeper on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Aberdeen are needing to push themselves forward now to look for a winner and are getting caught on the counter-attack. It's a great save again from Lewis from that man Kyogo
  18. GREAT SAVE!

    Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    Mikey Johnston in the middle of the action again as the substitute winger sends a low ball dangerously into the Aberdeen penalty box.

    Furuhashi Kygo races on to the end of it, but the Japanese striker's flick is trapped well by Joe Lewis under the goalkeeper's body.

  19. YELLOW CARD Johnston (Celtic)

    Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    Mikey Johnston goes into the referee's book for a bit of time wasting as Celtic look to see the game out.

  20. Post update

    Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    So close to an equaliser!

    Aberdeen have their first corner of the second half with four minutes and Lewis Ferguson does well to send his header towards goal while moving away from goal.

    it's heading for the top corner, but full-back Josip Juranovic stretches to head over the crossbar.