Ross County left the Scottish Premier League relegation spots after beating Celtic for the second time this season, but put an end to the low title hopes of its visitors

Jordan White’s header in 71 Minute brought County to 10th Place and contributed to the league cup victory in November

That means Gerrard’s side won the title with a tie in the Old Firm game on Jan. March would guarantee if they win their next two games

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Celtic formally arrived at Dingwall Five straight wins with 13 goals In contrast, County had conceded 11 goals in their last five games and was rooted at the bottom of the table

The visitors cut the chances for the first half, but County Scott Bain also had to tip a dangerous Blair Spittal battering ram towards the near post and Tony Andreu walked over from the corner

Celtic always wanted to do something, and when Odsonne Edouard left the defense behind and Ryan Christie closed back it seemed sure to be 1-0 but the Scottish international shot past from close range

Christie headed wide and had saved a shot near the post, and Diego Laxalt – who replaced the injured Gray Taylor – shot past

But then County Sucker hit her on the other end Harry Paton’s free kick hit White, who rose powerfully to take off from a post in what may be a great moment in County’s struggle for survival

Christie continued to be Celtic’s main threat, but a jerky run into the box resulted in another shot

Celtic put pressure on and nearly broke County’s hearts in the last minute, but Laidlaw got his fingertips to a header from Mohamed Elyounoussi

A late, late Leigh Griffiths free-kick sailed past as County beat Celtic in the league for the first time in eight years and the second in three months

County had a knack for getting the best results against the bigger teams this season. They won Easter Road and Celtic Park, and hammered Aberdeen at home, and in their struggle to stay awake they have one Another seismic result achieved

Celtic too often tried to play too much football on an unforgiving pitch Despite an enormous amount of the ball, home goalkeeper Laidlaw will have had busier nights

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Attempt missed Leigh Griffiths’ (Celtic) left-footed shot from outside the box is a little too high after a direct free kick

Attempt saved Mohamed Elyounoussi’s (Celtic) header from the center of the penalty area is saved in the lower left corner. Prepared by David Turnbull with a cross

Attempt blocked Callum McGregor (Celtic) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. Assisted by David Turnbull

Attempt missed The left-footed shot by Ryan Christie (Celtic) from the left side of the box is a little too high

Attempt saved Leigh Griffiths (Celtic) left footed attempt from outside the box, saved by the goalkeeper in the lower left Assisted by Callum McGregor

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