With a 2-2 draw against The Tribute Act 2012 at Ibrox, Celtic retained their nine-point advantage over second-placed Sevco in the Cinch Premiership.

Celtic’s Daizen Maeda scored the game’s first goal with a standout effort. The Japanese Internationalist took advantage of Alfredo Morelos’ errant pass to allow Maeda to get through, outmuscle James Tavernier, and beat Allan McGregor to the ball.

The second half was off to a strong start for Rangers thanks to Celtic’s forced replacement of Greg Taylor. Despite a nice finish from Ryan Kent to score, Josip Juranovic struggled against Fashion Sakala. After it was determined that Carl Starfelt had fouled Sakala, Rangers took the lead. From the penalty spot it was obvious that James Tavernier would make no mistakes.

At Ibrox, Kyogo scored a decisive equalizer for Celtic with a controlled shot in the closing seconds of play. Jota selected Aaron Mooy, and they combined to bring the ball to Giakoumakis. Giakoumakis had his shot blocked, but the Japanese striker still managed to put the ball high into the goal.