Mulgrew rescues Celtic against Dundee United

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Updated: November 2, 2013

Glasgow, Scotland (SportsNetwork.com) – Charlie Mulgrew salvaged a point for
Celtic at Parkhead on Saturday as his late goal granted the club a 1-1 draw
with Dundee United.

Stuart Armstrong had given United the lead in the 38th minute, a lead that the
visitors held until the dying stages when Mulgrew netted his third Scottish
Premier League goal of the season.

Celtic remains unbeaten in Premier League play this season, staying top of the
table by improving to 27 points and moving 10 points clear of sixth-place
Dundee United.

St. Johnstone took advantage of Dundee United’s draw by picking up a 2-0 win
at Hearts on Saturday. Nigel Hasselbaink and Steve May scored on opposite
sides of halftime to secure the victory, sending the club to 18 points through
12 matches.

Inverness, meanwhile, cut Celtic’s lead atop the table down to five points
with a 2-1 defeat of Kilmarnock. Aaron Doran and Graeme Shinnie netted the
goals for the second-place side while Darren Barr pulled back a consolation
goal for Killie.

Saturday’s final Scottish Premier League match between St. Mirren and Ross
County was abandoned due to heavy rain.