posted on Jan, 16 2005 @ 03:46 PM
Chris Sutton benefited from poor defending for the second time in a week to send Celtic back to the top of the Bank of Scotland Premier League.
The Englishman punished Rangers, who leapfrogged the defending champions on goal difference with Saturday's win over Dunfermline, in the Tennent's
Scottish Cup clash.
And a week on he capitalised on a Philip McGuire blunder to hit the winner to move Celtic three points clear of their big rivals.
It was not a vintage Celtic which travelled back to Glasgow with the three points - but it is victories like this which win championships.