Scottish Premiership round-up: Aberdeen make Celtic wait for title with win
Last Updated: 21/04/18 5:53pm
Aberdeen ensured that Celtic could not win the Scottish Premiership title this weekend as they beat Kilmarnock and the Hoops lost to Hibernian.
Brendan Rodgers' men could have still clinched the title this weekend if other results went their way, but with Aberdeen winning on Saturday afternoon that possibility went out the window.
The Dons downed Kilmarnock 2-0 with goals in either half from Kenny McLean and Shay Logan to ensure Celtic's title wait will continue for at least another week.
The Hoops will now hope to finish things off themselves next weekend when they host arch-rivals Rangers at Celtic Park.
Jamie Maclaren puts inspired Hibs ahead in the 24th minute and Vykintas Slivka added a second with 10 minutes remaining to leave former Celtic boss Neil Lennon on the verge of a memorable victory over his old side.
Celtic pulled a goal back through substitute Odsonne Edouard in the 87th minute to set up a grandstand finish, but they could not find an equaliser.
In Saturday's other Premiership games, Ross County drew 0-0 with Motherwell while Dundee and Partick Thistle were celebrating 2-1 home wins, beating St Johnstone and Hamilton respectively.
Sofien Moussa netted an 88th-minute winner for Dundee, just moments after veteran Saints striker Steven MacLean had cancelled out the Tunisian's first-minute opener.
Thistle, meanwhile, trailed at half-time to a David Templeton goal but second-half strikes from Kris Doolan and Ryan Edwards turned the match on its head and boosted the Jags' hopes of staying up.
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