posted on Jan, 1 2005 @ 04:53 PM
Substitute Hamed Namouchi pounced in the dying seconds to earn Rangers a dramatic last-minute equaliser at Dundee United and move back to the top of
the Bank of Scotland Premier League on goal difference.
The Light Blues looked set to suffer a major blow when David McCracken gave United an 11th-minute lead. But Namouchi scored in the dying seconds to
leave Ian McCall disappointed despite lifting his team off the foot of the table.
Reigning champions Celtic can go three points clear at the top if they can beat Livingston at Parkhead on Sunday.
An Andy Tod hat-trick helped Dunfermline to a 3-1 win over desperate Dundee at East End Park and eased the Fifers three more points away from the
relegation zone. The Pars' striker buried headers in the 13th and 27th minute to give the home side a comfortable lead although Neil Barrett's header
six minutes from half-time gave the Taysiders some hope for the second half. However, 10 minutes after the interval Tod struck again with yet another
headed goal to seal the points for the Fifers and deepen the Dark Blues' woes.