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Celtic win 10th domestic trophy in a row with League Cup final win over Rangers

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Celtic had goalkeeper Fraser Forster to thank as they withstood heavy pressure to beat Glasgow rivals Rangers 1-0 in the Scottish League Cup final on Sunday to make it 10 consecutive domestic trophies in a row.

Moments after Forster had saved superbly from Alfredo Morelos, Celtic took the lead as Christopher Jullien fired home from Ryan Christie's excellent free kick on 60 minutes.

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Christopher Jullien celebrates after opening the scoring for Celtic.

The game appeared to swing back into Rangers' favour just three minutes later when Jeremie Frimpong gave...

Celtic get better of Aberdeen to seal seventh straight domestic trophy

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Dec 2 (Reuters) - Ryan Christie's goal in first-half stoppage time was enough for Celtic to secure their seventh straight domestic trophy as they beat Aberdeen 1-0 to win the Scottish League Cup at Hampden Park on Sunday.

After Gary Mackay-Steven was carried off with a head injury, Christie pounced in the fifth minute of additional time in the first half to fire home the winner.

Celtic could have made the margin of victory more comfortable but Scott Sinclair's second-half penalty was saved by Aberdeen...

Dream result achieved: East Fife 4, Forfar 5 in penalty shootout

"East Fife 4, Forfar 5," regarded by some as the perfect football scoreline due to its rhyming nature and rhythmic intonation when spoken out loud, came to pass on Sunday -- in a fashion.

East Fife hosted Forfar Athletic in Scottish League Cup Group B and the teams could not be separated after 90 minutes as the match finished at 1-1.

The resulting penalty shootout produced the score that has been associated with both clubs since broadcaster James Alexander Gordon read the classified results on the...

Celtic seal Betfred Cup win with goals from Forrest and Dembele

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Celtic took the first step towards successive domestic trebles with a 2-0 Betfred Cup final win over 10-man Motherwell at Hampden Park.

Hoops winger James Forrest curled in the opener in the 49th minute before striker Moussa Dembele fired in a contentious penalty on the hour mark, after Well defender Cedric Kipre was sent off for conceding the spot-kick for a foul on Scott Sinclair with the winger appearing to go down rather easily.

There was no way back for the Steelmen after that and Brendan Rodgers'...

Louis Moult fires Motherwell past Rangers in League Cup semifinal

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Louis Moult's double sent Motherwell into the Scottish League Cup final as Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha and opposite number Stephen Robinson were sent to the stand during a bad-tempered semifinal.

Moult scrambled home from a 52nd-minute corner and produced a stunning first-time lob to seal a 2-0 victory and a return trip to Hampden to face Celtic on November 26.

Both managers were ordered off by referee Steven McLean after clashing on the touchline after the already-booked Motherwell striker Ryan...