Rangers lose Scottish Cup final
Ten-man Celtic survived a Rangers onslaught including a missed penalty - to clinch their fourth Scottish League Cup in a row and 10th consecutive domestic trophy. Christopher Jullien slammed in the winner with Celtic’s only shot on target, though the French defender appeared a yard offside. But three minutes later in a frantic contest, Jeremie Frimpong was sent off after fouling Alfredo Morelos in the box, only for Fraser Forster to save the Colombian’s penalty. That was only one of a series of brilliant saves by the Celtic goalkeeper, who spectacularly denied Ryan Jack before the break as well as Morelos on three occasions. The Rangers striker wasted a number of other opportunities including one in stoppage time as, despite finding the net 25 times this season, he remains without a goal against Celtic. Neil Lennon’s side demonstrated impressive resilience as they further burnish their dominance of Scottish football and are now 31 domestic cup matches unbeaten.