Rangers 2-0 Dundee United: Tavernier and Diallo keep title race alive
Rangers 2-0 Dundee United: Celtic celebrations on ice as James Tavernier and Manchester United loanee Amad Diallo keep the Scottish Premiership title race alive
- Rangers defeat Dundee United to remain in the Scottish Premiership title race
- Captain James Tavernier scored the opener from the penalty spot after half-time
- Amad Diallo confirmed victory when he finished off a quick Rangers break away
- Celtic will win the title if they take just one point from their final two matches
Celtic’s wait to be crowned champions of the Scottish Premiership will go on following Rangers’ 2-0 victory over Dundee United.
Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side, who booked their place in the Europa League final on Thursday, knew that if they dropped points at Ibrox then their Glasgow rivals would regain the title.
Rangers captain James Tavernier opened the scoring from the penalty spot – his 17th goal in all competitions this season – after Fashion Sakala was wiped out in the box by Dundee United goalkeeper Benjamin Siegrist.
Manchester United loanee Amad Diallo confirmed victory for the hosts when he finished off a break away led by Sakala.
Full match report to follow.
James Tavernier opened the scoring from the penalty spot – his 17th goal of the campaign
Youngster Amad Diallo confirmed the victory when he finished off a quick Rangers break away
Rangers are six points behind Celtic in the Scottish Premiership table with two games to play
The Hoops need just one point from their final two matches to be crowned champions
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