Christie puts stamp on win with special deliveries

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Because of a guy now cutting around in Istanbul, and 35 days later than they should have done, Celtic and St Mirren were finally able to tidy up some Covid-related business last night. The champions delivered a victory which was much more convincing than the narrow score suggested, taking them to second in the Premiership and only three points behind leaders Rangers with a game in hand.

St Mirren’s best performer was — who else? — Bobby Zlamal, the man they recruited on an emergency loan after their three goalkeepers were ruled out by quarantining at the weekend. Their first- and second-choice men, Jak Alnwick and Dean Lyness, were still absent against Celtic because of those positive test results but Zlamal stepped up. If he


SOURCE: https://www.w24news.com

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