Cinch Premiership Results Roundup 07/08/21 – 08/08/21

Aberdeen 2 – 1 Livingston

Aberdeen continued their winning streak with a 2-1 victory over Livingston. Bruce Anderson with the help of James Penrice gave Livi their first league goal 35 minutes into the match. Teddy Jenkins then went on to score the equaliser for the dons 47 minutes into the game. Jack McKenzie then went on to score a last-minute winner for Aberdeen to make it 2-1. Yellow cards were awarded to Livingston’s Craig Sibbald, James Penrice, Nicky Devlin, Jackson Longridge, and Scott Pittman.

Celtic 6- Dundee 0

Celtic secured their first league win with an outstanding 6-0 win over Dundee. New signing Kyogo Furuhashi scored a hattrick for the hoops. The other three goals came from Tom Rogic, Anthony Ralston and a penalty taken by Odsonne Edouard. A yellow card was awarded to Dundee’s Lee Ashcroft and Jordan Marshall who was later sent off.

Dundee United 1 – Rangers 0

Dundee United held Rangers at knifepoint during their match on Saturday as the bears’ unbeaten league game streak was broken. Dundee United’s Jamie Robson scored the winner for United 64 minutes into the game. Yellow cards were awarded to United’s Calum Butcher,Charles Mulgrew, Peter Pawlett and Jeando Pourrat Fuchs. Rangers’ Connor Goldson also received one.

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Hibs 3 – 0 Ross County

Hibs seen themselves climb to the top of the table after a solid 3-0 victory over Ross County. Goals in the first half from Martin Boyle, Kyle Magennis and Christian Doidge were enough for the Edinburgh side to go ahead. Ross County’s Harry Clarke and David Cancola both received yellow cards.

Hearts 2 – 1 St Mirren

Hearts repeated their 2-1 victory spell with another win against St Mirren. Andy Halliday opened the score line for Hearts 16 minutes into the game making it 1-0 at half time. Liam Boyce doubled Hearts’ advantage 73 minutes into the game. Joe Shaughnessy was able to start a potential comeback for St Mirren with his goal 86 minutes in but unfortunately for St Mirren the comeback wasn’t meant to be. Yellow cards were shown to Hearts’ Peter Haring and Beni Baningime as well as to St Mirren’s Curtis Main. St Mirren’s Kristian Dennis also received a red card and was sent off as the paisley side went down to 10 men in the final few minutes of the game.

Motherwell 1 – 1 St Johnstone

A draw in Perth seen Motherwell get their first point of the season. An own goal in the first half from Motherwell captain Stephen O’Donnell seen STJ go 1-0 up 34 minutes in. Tony Watt scored the equaliser on the 80th minute mark for the steelmen. Motherwell’s Connor Shields and Stephen O’Donnell received yellows, as did STJ’s David Wotherspoon and Liam Craig.

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