Hibernian have beaten leaders Celtic 1-0 in the Scottish Premier League.
Leigh Griffiths' 14th goal of the season was enough for Hibs to record their first home league win over the champions for four years.
The forward, on loan from Wolves, finished neatly from a tight angle after just nine minutes to keep his side fourth in the table.
Second place Inverness failed to take full advantage of Celtic's slip-up by drawing 0-0 at St Johnstone.
Motherwell stay third after coming from two goals behind to draw 2-2 with Kilmarnock.
Jamie Murphy and Henrik Ojamma rescued a point for Motherwell on the fifth anniversary of the death of club captain Phil O'Donnell.
A Niall McGinn hat-trick helped Aberdeen to a 3-1 win at bottom club Dundee.
Ross County's game at home to Hearts was postponed less than an hour before kick-off due to a waterlogged pitch at Victoria Park.
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