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HUNS HELD AT FIR PARK – MOTHERWELL MAKE PHIL O'DONNELL PROUD

By Trialist

Celtic-supporting manager Mark McGhee's Motherwell have held the Huns to a 1-1 draw at Fir Park this Saturday afternoon, meaning Celtic's destiny is now in our own hands in the SPL Championship race.

Christian Dailly's header, after Motherwell keeper Graeme Smith made an arse out of coming for a long and hopeful punt, gave the Huns a 1-0 lead on the half-hour mark.

But Chris Porter, early in the second period, equalised for Motherwell from close range.

Motherwell 1 Huns 1

After the match, which has huge significance in the race to be crowned SPL Champions, Motherwell paraded around Fir Park to applaud their fans.

The Motherwell team were all wearing Phil O'Donnell Number 10 Motherwell strips, with the message “Hope We Made You Proud”.

Celtic-daft Phil O'Donnell, who died so tragically at the New Year, will be delighted as he sits in Heaven watching the match with Tommy Burns.

Celtic, with 86 points and one League game remaining (against Dundee United at Tannadice on Thursday 22nd May), now lead the Huns by three points.

The Huns have two matches remaining – against St Mirren at Love Street on Monday and against Aberdeen at Pittodrie on Thursday 22nd May.

In short, Celtic can reach a points tally of 89 with a win at Tannadice and Rearrangers can reach the 89 points mark with wins in both their remaining matches.

BUT, Celtic have a Goal Difference of +57 compared to the Huns +50.

BELIEVE AND KEEP THE FAITH

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