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Summary

  1. Champions League: FT Man City 1-1 Celtic (Iheanacho; Roberts)
  2. Premiership: FT Aberdeen 5-1 Kilmarnock (Pawlett, O'Connor, Hayes (2), McGinn; McKenzie)
  3. Championship: FT Queen of the South 2-3 St Mirren
  4. League One: FT Brechin City 1-2 Albion Rovers
  5. League Two: FT Berwick Rangers 3-2 Stirling Albion
  6. Scottish Cup 3rd round: FT Clyde 5-0 Arbroath, FT Dumbarton 0-1 Bonnyrigg Rose (replay)

Live Reporting

By Andy Burke

All times stated are UK

  1. Until next time.....

    After back-to-back defeats to Celtic in the League Cup final and Rangers in the Premiership, Aberdeen got things back on track with a resounding 5-1 victory over Kilmarnock at Pittodrie.

    St Mirren registered their first Championship win of the season at the 15th attempt with a last-gasp 3-2 victory over Queen of the South.

    In League One Albion Rovers won at Brechin while in League Two Berwick one by the odd goal in five at home to Stirling Albion.

    It was a memorable evening for junior outfit Bonnyrigg Rose. They beat Dumbarton in their Scottish Cup third round replay to set-up a home clash in the next round with holders Hibernian. In the night's other cup tie Clyde hammered Arbroath 5-0.

    Thanks for your company and contributions this evening. Keep across the BBC Sport Scotland website for reaction to Celtic's Champions League draw with Manchester City and the rest of the Scottish football news.

    Goodnight.

  2. Celtic bow out with hard-earned point

    FT: Celtic 1-1 Manchester City

    Celtic forward Patrick Roberts' early goal stopped parent club Manchester City winning all three Champions League home group games for the first time.

    The on-loan 19-year-old cut inside from the right flank, firing the Scottish champions ahead with an angled drive.

    The hosts, who were already assured of finishing second in Group C, equalised when Kelechi Iheanacho drilled in.

    City's Nolito had a goal ruled out for offside after the break as already-eliminated Celtic earned a point.

    Read Phil McNulty's match report from the Etihad.

    Patrick Roberts
    Image caption: Patrick Roberts celebrates after scoring for Celtic against his parent club Manchester City
  3. FT: Aberdeen 5-1 Kilmarnock

    Dons up to third in the Premiership

    Martin Dowden

    BBC Sport Scotland at Pittodrie

    You would imagine that Aberdeen were running riot from the start, but in truth it was not quite like that to begin with. 

    Kilmarnock more than matched them initially and had the better chances early on. It was short lived. They could not sustain it and were swept away convincingly by the rampant hosts. 

    By half-time Aberdeen were totally in command with the result in no doubt.

    Read Martin Dowden's match report.

  4. Buddies earn first league win

    Queen of the South 2-3 St Mirren

    It's taken 15 matches, but finally, St Mirren have won a Championship game.

    Stevie Mallan's 90th-minute winner decided a lively encounter in Dumfries. 

    Jack Ross' men still lie six points adrift at the foot of the table, but Queens, having topped the standings as recently as October, have now lost seven Championship games on the bounce.

  5. Rose shock Dumbarton

    Dumbarton 0-1 Bonnyrigg Rose FT

    What a famous night for junior side, Bonnyrigg Rose. They've dumped Dumbarton out of the Scottish Cup in their third round replay with an 86th minute winner from Adam Nelson.

    It means they'll welcome holders Hibernian to New Dundas Park in the fourth round.

  6. FULL-TIME

    Scores across Scotland

    Scottish Championship

    Queen of the South 2-3 St Mirren

    Scottish League One

    Brechin City 1-2 Albion Rovers

    Scottish League Two

    Berwick 3-2 Stirling Albion

    Scottish Cup

    Clyde 5-0 AbroathDumbarton 0-1 Bonnyrigg Rose

  7. FULL-TIME

    Manchester City 1-1 Celtic

    Celtic round off their Champions League campaign with a very credible draw against Manchester City. Admittedly the home side rested a host of stars but Brendan Rodgers men performed admirably and may feel they could have claimed a rare away victory in this competition had they taken their chances or if decisions from the officials had gone their way.

    Patrick Roberts, on-loan to Celtic from City, opened the scoring with a wonderful individual effort. Kelechi Iheanacho equalised for City soon after but Roberts felt he had a strong penalty claim rejected when he was tugged back by Gael Clichy in the box.

    The second half was uneventful but both sides did have chances to win it. Ultimately though a draw is probably about right. 

  8. GOAL Queen of the South 2-3 St Mirren

    Stephen Mallan

  9. FULL-TIME

    Aberdeen 5-1 Kilmarnock

    A comfortable evening's work for Aberdeen and a win that sees them leapfrog Hearts and into third place in the Premiership.

    Killie started the match well but three goals in 17 first-half minutes from Peter Pawlett, Anthony O'Connor and Johnny Hayes effectively put this to bed before the break.

    Niall McGinn put the Dons on easy street with a fourth before Rory McKenzie notched a consolation for Killie. Hayes had the final say with his second and it was an important one too as it edged his side ahead of Hearts in the table on goal difference.

  10. GOAL Clyde 5-0 Arbroath

    David Gormley

  11. GOAL Dumbarton 0-1 Bonnyrigg Rose

    Adam Nelson

  12. Neilson's Dons down at Yeovil

    Well, after that flying start we told you about earlier, it seems Robbie Neilson's first game as MK Dons boss has taken a turn for the worse. A rather drastic turn, in fact - after leading Yeovil Town 1-0, Neilson's side are down to 10 men, and trailing 4-1.

  13. GOAL Berwick Rangers 3-2 Stirling Albion

    Jordyn Sheerin

  14. GOAL Aberdeen 5-1 Kilmarnock

    Johnny Hayes

    A long ball is flicked on by Jayden Stockley and Johnny Hayes nips in to round Jamie MacDonald and tap home into the empty net for his second of the evening.

    Looks like the Dons are heading for third place in the Premiership after all.

  15. Killie's Dons hoo-doo

    Aberdeen 4-1 Kilmarnock

    Martin Dowden

    BBC Sport Scotland at Pittodrie

    This was done and dusted by half-time and credit to Aberdeen for bouncing back from a couple of big game defeats and dominating much of the match once ahead.

    Kilmarnock just don't like playing Aberdeen, plain and simple.

  16. SUBSTITUTION

    Aberdeen striker Adam Rooney is replaced by Jayden Stockley.

  17. GOAL Aberdeen 4-1 Kilmarnock

    Rory McKenzie

    GAME ON!

    Well not really, but Killie get one back and it was a nice move to create the chance.

    Greg Taylor sent Nathan Tyson down the left, he squared for Rory McKenzie who didn't have to break stride before placing a side-foot finish into the back of the net.

    The goal may not have huge significance in the context of this match but if it stays like this Derek McInnes will be irked because it will mean his side are sitting fourth rather than third in the Premiership tonight. They need another unanswered goal to leapfrog Hearts on goal difference.