Neil Lennon sent off after staging one-man pitch invasion against Rangers

Marvin Bartley claims Hibs are still united despite Neil Lennon criticism

Marvin Bartley claims Hibs are still united despite Neil Lennon criticism

Aberdeen clinched second place in the Scottish Premiership with 1-0 win over champions Celtic at Parkhead on a insane final day to the season.

Holt was sent off Rangers with the score at 5-4.

It was simply a insane game at Easter Road which began when Florian Kamberi put them ahead from the penalty spot just ten minutes in.

The Pittodrie side held out for the rest of the game with admirable resolve to register their first league win at Celtic Park in 26 attempts.

Lennon raced onto the pitch in celebration with an aeroplane gesture, before he headed down the tunnel before the final whistle. A 6-0 victory over Rangers would've seen them leapfrog the Glasgow club into third spot.

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Hibernian needed a miracle to sneak into the top three.

The Gers will be looking to take all three points from Edinburgh, whilst they will also need Old Firm rivals Glasgow Celtic to do them a favour, should they want to finish second in the Scottish Premiership.

But Rangers hit back with James Tavernier, Jordan Rossier and Bruno Alves levelling it up before half time.

An absolutely insane match ensued in the capital and the Gers were somehow held to a stunning 5-5 draw with Neil Lennon's men - but Dallas was at the heart of several key decisions that seemed to go against the Light Blues.

Rangers responded in style, though, roaring back to lead 5-3 with 68 minutes played, only to surrender their advantage after Jason Holt was sent off, with Jamie Maclaren scoring twice for the home side to complete his hat-trick.

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