Premiership round-up: a full summary of Sunday’s results

first_imgShortly after the restart, the visitors levelled through Oli Shaw who got on the end of a wonderful cross from Martin Boyle.Both sides showed plenty endeavour as they pushed for a winner in the closing stages. Substitute Florian Kamberi came closest for Hibs with a misguided header from yards out whilst St Johnstone saw a late penalty claim denied after the ball struck Efe Ambrose’s arm.Neither side could find the breakthrough as St Johnstone secured their first point of the season whilst Hibs leave Perth with their focus now firmly on Thursday night’s tie against Molde. Ten-man Rangers scored two first-half goals to overcome St Mirren.Alfredo Morelos opened the scoring at Ibrox, with his low-drive finding its way past Saints keeper Craig Samson.Rangers doubled their advantage ten minutes later when Connor Goldson headed home his first goal for the club.But, for the second Sunday in a row, Steven Gerrard’s were reduced to 10 men inside the first-half after Ross McCrorie took out St Mirren’s debutant striker Nicolai Brock-Madsen, who was clean through on goal. Despite the man advantage, the Saints opportunities were restricted, with their best chance coming when Danny Mullen hit the bar.The home side saw out the victory as they look ahead to their Europa League second leg against Maribor.St Johnstone and Hibernian shared the spoils in Perth.Tony Watt’s deflected shot off Hibs defender Ryan Porteous gave the Saints a first-half lead at McDiarmid Park.last_img

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