Sport Charlie Mulgrew admits the Celtic squad are not thinking about breaking any records despite 23-match unbeaten run

Mulgrew was on target as Celtic thumped Kilmarnock to edge closer to another Scottish Premiership title

The Sports Matrix: Monday 8 October 2012

Cole awaits fate

Georgios Samaras runs at the Hearts defence during Celtic’s 1-0 victory

Georgios Samaras grabs winner again to send Celtic back to summit

Celtic 1 Heart of Midlothian 0

Celtic players celebrate a historic victory in Moscow

Samaras ends Celtic's long quest for a victory on the road

Georgios Samaras's last-gasp header gave Celtic a dramatic Champions League Group G victory over 10-man Spartak Moscow in the Luzhniki Stadium last night.

Celtic players celebrate a historic victory in Moscow

Champions League round-up: 'Magnificent' away win for Celtic against Spartak Moscow

Neil Lennon described himself as "probably the proudest man in Europe" after Celtic's historic 3-2 Champions League victory over Spartak Moscow in the Luzhniki Stadium last night.

Teenager Tony Watt celebrates scoring for Celtic at Inverness

Hearts miss their chance as Ally McCoist rails at Rangers

Hearts failed to move to the top of the Scottish Premier League yesterday, when they were held to a 0-0 draw at Aberdeen. The hosts had the better chances against a Hearts side still recovering from Thursday's Europa League efforts against Liverpool.

Fabio Borini wheels away in delight after Andy Webster's own-goal gave Liverpool the lead

Liverpool close in on Sahin after nervy win over Hearts

Hearts 0 Liverpool 1: Rodgers reveals deal for Madrid star is on as he plays down Carroll's absence

Fabio Borini wheels away in delight after Andy Webster's own-goal gave Liverpool the lead

Own-goal gives Reds the edge at Tynecastle

Hearts 0 Liverpool 1

Falkirk suspend PA announcer over 'inappropriate' comments about Rangers

Falkirk have suspended their PA announcer for making “inappropriate” comments about Rangers at the weekend.

Johnny Russell scored twice for United but was then sent off

United claim top spot after victory in the Dundee derby

Dundee United laid down their credentials as the new challengers to Celtic in the Scottish Premier League with a comprehensive 3-0 win over neighbours Dundee yesterday.

Open house: Rangers begin the new season in the exposed surroundings of Peterhead's Balmoor Stadium

Rangers find Little relief down in depths of Third Division

Peterhead 2 Rangers 2: Inauspicious start for McCoist's team as they begin long march back

Thomas Rogne relishing European challenge with Celtic

Celtic defender Thomas Rogne has no preferences ahead of Friday's Champions League play-off draw in Nyon.

Scott Brown could face HJK Helsinki in Champions League qualifier

Scott Brown has a “very good” chance of being fit for the second-leg of Celtic's Champions League third qualifier against HJK Helsinki in Finland tomorrow night, according to Hoops' assistant manager Johan Mjallby.

In Brief: Frail Hibs fall to first defeat; Rangers fans angry at 'rival' law firm

Pat Fenlon's rebuilding will need to continue judging by Hibernian's 3-0 SPL defeat at Dundee United yesterday.

Stuttering start: Celtic manager Neil Lennon admitted his side looked flat

Lacklustre Celtic get lucky with Langfield clanger

Celtic 1 Aberdeen 0

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