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Newz Forum: SOCCER: Bank of Scotland Scottish Premier Results 11/09/04

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posted on Sep, 11 2004 @ 12:32 PM
Celtic 3 Dundee 0

Henri Camara bagged his first competitive goals for Celtic in a comfortable 3-0 victory over Dundee which saw them increase their lead over Rangers in the Bank of Scotland Premier League to eight points.

The on-loan striker scored twice for his new club either side of a John Hartson goal which maintained their 100% winning start to the new campaign. With Barcelona and Henrik Larsson due in town for the glamour Champions League Group F opener this week, Camara's double came at the perfect time for the champions and piles the pressure on arch rivals Rangers who take on Hearts on Sunday.

Dundee United 1 Aberdeen 1

Celtic lead by six points at the top from Aberdeen after the Dons were held to a 1-1 draw by Dundee United. An 82nd minute penalty by Mark Wilson gave never-say-die United a share of the spoils at Tannadice. An amazing travelling support of almost 6000 in a crowd of 10,995 saw a sixth minute goal by Darren Mackie gave the visitors a 1-0 half-time lead. The home side fought back valiantly from their early set back but it looked like they would not get past a resolute Dons defence until substitute Collin Samuel, on for James Grady, lured Alexander Diamond into conceding a penalty which Wilson slotted away.

Livingston 0 Kilmarnock 2

Second-half goals from David Lilley and Danny Invincibile gave Kilmarnock a 2-0 win at Livingston. The home side had dominated the first half but despite having a fierce wind in their favour were unable to make a breakthrough. However they made amends in the second period and the three points moved them up to third in the table.

Dunfermline 1 Motherwell 1

Scott McDonald ensured a point for Motherwell with a late equaliser in a 1-1 draw at Dunfermline. The Fife club thought they had finally secured their first three points of the season when Craig Brewster found the back of the net in the ninth minute. The Pars had chances to extend their lead but it was Motherwell who found the back of the net when McDonald produced a superb volley late in the game to snatch a point in the 87th minute.

Inverness 1 Hibs 2

In the day's final game, a double from Derek Riordan gave Hibs their second win of the season and their first ever victory over Inverness Caledonian Thistle. The young striker hit a goal in either half to earn Tony Mowbray's side a 2-1 success after Barry Wilson scored from the penalty spot to give the Highlanders hope of a precious point. The defeat means John Robertson's poor start to the season continues. His team have now lost their last three league fixtures and look relegation candidates even this early in the campaign.


[Edited on 11/9/04 by TRD]

posted on Sep, 11 2004 @ 12:56 PM
thats good news to hear camara got a double, the other week when we played rangers junihno had a chance to score but camara stole the ball to go for goal himself and missed

sutton is supposed to miss the big game so camara's goalds are at the right time. although barcelona will be a different kettle of fish compared to dundee


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