St. Mirren FC vs Celtic FC, Premier League 2020 REGULAR SEASON
0 : 4
10th of February 2021 20:00
First half: 45+4 | Second half: 45+5
- 0' - The stage is set the green flag drops! Another match against St. Mirren FC and Celtic FC has kicked off!
- 5' - St. Mirren FC started playing very sharply right from the kick off. However, it slowed down the tempo rapidly by 5.
- 10' - Supporters expect more eagerness from Jonathan Obika, as he is very good at scoring at The Simple Digital Arena with 8 goals in the last 7 games.
- 15' - It looks surprising Celtic FC does not make any changes. Ethan Erhahon has some obvious troubles when approaching to the goal.
- 16' - Tom Rogić puts Celtic FC on the lead.
- 16' - Kyle McAllister is replacing Jamie McGrath for the St. Mirren FC side.
- 21' - Spectators do not have much to choose from both teams. The sides had several scoring chances but they still need a bit more than just a sight of a goal.
- 26' - While players are taking a pause, let’s have a look at their stats. The teams met 3 times this season with Celtic FC winning 66.67% of all matches.
- 31' - Players seem to put ease on their energy level Spectators hardly appreciate such approach. Teams need to speed up the tempo.
- 36' - Although teams showed high tempo form the start, they seem to slow down a bit. Both sides really need to catch a fire. Otherwise, we have another goalless match.
- 41' - Both teams are passing the ball around with high level of urgency. Celtic FC needs to do something about it to get closer to the goal.
- 46' - St. Mirren FC is defending very well tonight not leaving a chance for their rivals to get through for a goal.
- 51' - The referee is likely to let players tackle, as he already missed some meaty challenges during opening seconds. He is still to establish what should not be done by the players and what is acceptable on the pitch. It’s going to be a tough game for Shane Duffy suffering a number of foals already.
- 56' - The teams are not in a rush to score plenty of goals. It might look strange considering St. Mirren FC that had 102 games and scored 91 goals.
- 61' - It’s high time James Goodwin made some changes to put the his team’s game back to action.
- 64' - That looks like a foul for a Yellow card for Jonathan Obika.
- 68' - Time for substitution for Celtic FC. Stephen Welsh is replaced by Shane Duffy.
- 72' - St. Mirren FC manager makes another effort to make the tables turned. Cameron MacPherson is hanging Dylan Connolly on the field on 72 minute.
- 77' - It looks like no one’s ball. Celtic FC is used to counterattacking playing. None of the sides are ready to take the lead.
- 78' - A meaty challenge results in booking for Ryan Flynn on 78.
- 79' - GOAL! Odsonne Edouard scores on 79.
- 79' - The supporters are chanting for Patryk Klimala. He replaces Odsonne Edouard on 79 minute.
- 81' - The St. Mirren FC manager makes a substitution. Ryan Flynn departs to be replaced by Lee Erwin.
- 82' - What a strike from Ryan Christie! The score is 0-3.
- 83' - GOAL! David Turnbull scores on 83.
- 84' - That looks like a foul for a Yellow card for Tom Rogić.
- 85' - The Celtic FC manager makes a substitution. Tom Rogić departs to be replaced by Leigh Griffiths.
- 90' - Celtic FC looks like a favorite considering 2 games won in last 3 matches with its main striker Odsonne Edouard scoring 2 goals.
- Full Time. Celtic FC beats St. Mirren FC
Today 2021-02-10 St. Mirren FC vs Celtic FC are fighting Premier League league on The Simple Digital Arena.
St. Mirren FC had 33 games and get got 40 points in Season (2018/19)
Celtic FC had 33 games and get got 69 points in Season (2018/19)
Todays referees are: David McGeachie, Don Robertson, David Dickinson, Ross MacLeod
|St. Johnstone FC||33||40|
|St. Mirren FC||33||40|
|Dundee United FC||33||39|
|Ross County FC||33||29|
|Hamilton Academical FC||33||27|
|Heart of Midlothian FC||30||23|
St. Mirren FC
Captain4 Joe Shaughnessy
- 7 Jake Doyle-Hayes
- 9 Jonathan Obika
- 1 Jak Alnwick
- 4 Joe Shaughnessy
- 8 Ryan Flynn
- 23 Lee Erwin 81'
- 25 Ethan Erhahon
- 5 Conor McCarthy
- 21 Dylan Connolly
- 14 Cameron MacPherson 72'
- 17 Jamie McGrath
- 10 Kyle McAllister 16'
- 22 Marcus Fraser
- 11 Ilkay Durmus
Captain8 Scott Brown
- 16 Jonjoe Kenny
- 18 Tom Rogic
- 9 Leigh Griffiths 85'
- 8 Scott Brown
- 42 Callum McGregor
- 29 Scott Bain
- 35 Kristoffer Ajer
- 22 Odsonne Edouard
- 11 Patryk Klimala 79'
- 10 Albian Ajeti
- 17 Ryan Christie 68'
- 3 Greg Taylor
- 14 David Turnbull
- 27 Mohamed Elyounoussi 85'
- 57 Stephen Welsh
- 4 Shane Duffy 68'