Cameron Carter-Vickers played his final game of the season for Celtic as he helped them to book a spot in the Scottish Cup final and a chance to complete the treble with a win over Malik Tillman and Rangers.
Malik Tillman might have seen his last action for the season, after he was forced out of Rangers’ FA Cup loss to Celtic on Sunday with what commentators suggested a hamstring injury.
Cameron Carter-Vickers has been shut down for the remainder of the season, according to Celtic head coach Ange Postecoglou, although it’s unclear whether it will impact his availability for upcoming USMNT games.
Cameron Carter-Vickers put the lid on the game for Celtic as his goal helped them to a shutout win over Hearts in their Scottish FA Cup quarterfinal clash.
Both Malik Tillman and James Sands came up big for Rangers as they both scored key goals to help the teams advance to the next round of the Scottish FA Cup.
Malik Tillman was the only American to see significant action among the field players as Rangers held on to book their spot in the next round of the Scottish FA Cup. St. Johnstone 0-1 Rangers Rangers’ goal before the end of the first half would be enough as they booked their place in the last […]
Christian Ramirez was on the scoresheet for Aberdeen as they booked their place in the fifth round of the Scottish FA Cup with a win over League Two side Edinburgh City.