Celtic Women rescue point against Rangers in 99th minute

Celtic Women rescue point against Rangers
Celtic’s Brogan Hay celebrates. (Photo: Malcolm Mackenzie/SWPL)

Celtic remain second in the Scottish Women’s Premier League and a point ahead of Rangers after a stoppage-time equaliser.

Brogan Hay gave Rangers a first-half lead in front of a 3,134-strong crowd, when Emma Watson’s cross was taken away from her own keeper by Kelly Clark.

Hayes was given an open goal when charging down Jenna Fife’s attempted clearance, her leveller leaving Glasgow City eight points clear at the top.

With emotions running high at the end of the game, there was an incident involving Rangers assistant coach Craig McPherson and Celtic manager Fran Alonso.

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