Celtic beat Rangers in the SBS Scottish Women’s Premier League with a Summer Green penalty in the 92nd minute.
Results for 15 November
Spartans 1-0 Forfar Farmington
Rangers 0-1 Celtic
Glasgow City 3-2 Hibernian
Hearts 0-3 Motherwell
Glasgow Women 3-1 Boroughmuir Thistle
St Johnstone 0-1 Dundee United
Stirling University 1-4 Partick Thistle
Queens Park 2-0 Kilmarnock
Hamilton Academical 0-1 Aberdeen
With the game in added time, Celtic had the ball in the net but play was pulled back for a penalty, which Summer Green despatched to send Celtic second.
All the goals came in the last half-hour or so, as Glasgow City edged Hibernian 3-2. Nicole Robertson and a Jenna Clark header had City two ahead, Kirsty Morrison replied before Mairead Fulton fired home a third for the hosts, with Hibs getting a last-minute second through Siobhan Hunter’s free-kick.
Spartans got off the mark with a good 1-0 victory over Forfar, Becky Galbraith’s effort via a set-piece adjudged to have crossed the line.
Motherwell also banked their first points with all three goals at Hearts, Lori Gardner, Katie Rice and Chelsie Watson finding the net.
Dons make it six straight wins at the death
Bayley Hutchison bagged a dramatic 93rd-minute winner to give leaders Aberdeen victory in the top of the table clash at Hamilton.
Sophie McGoldrick and Louisa Boyes scored in the last 25 minutes as Queens Park beat Kilmarnock to go second.
Neve Guthrie’s sixth-minute goal proved sufficient for a Dundee United win at St Johnstone.
Today’s goalscorer @neveguthrie10 after her celebration slide at full time today.
There is definitely a Dundee United kit under there! pic.twitter.com/v3RYGS9Iuh
— Dundee United WFC (@dundeeunitedWFC) November 15, 2020
Partick Thistle came from one down at the interval to record a 4-1 result at Stirling University. Claire Docherty Cheryl Rigden and Amy Bulloch among the goals after Ann Taylor’s opener for the home side.
🚀 “Why not?” pic.twitter.com/9M5U7BtjJn
— Partick Thistle Women’s FC (@ThistleWFC) November 15, 2020
Glasgow Women were two up before Boroughmuir Thistle halved the deficit but Taylor Hamill then made sure of the points with their third on 88 minutes.