Aribo continues scoring form as Rangers hold St. Johnstone

Ross Houston
February 26, 2020

After a disrupted start to the season due to injury worries and personal problems he had not hit the net at home since a 7-0 Ladbrokes Premiership win over St Johnstone on August 3 a year ago.

As Celtic poured forward, defender Kristoffer Ajer levelled from close range in the 28th minute before French striker Odsonne Edouard scrambled in five minutes later.

The news of the 2-2 draw of the Rangers in St Johnstone excited the hordes of Celtic Park and, although Steven Gerrard's team has a game in hand, a tenth national 10-game victory in 2020 further stretched Celtic's advantage.


Davis has been a mainstay for the Glasgow giants this season, with a total of 37 appearances already under his belt across all competitions, his only goal coming against Porto in the Europa League group stages.

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"The partnership with Odsonne is still growing".


"You see his movement".

"We expect tomorrow that if we have the right game plan and carry it out to the best of our ability we can cause problems or create chances and then it's over to individual players to go execute".

"As a striker you've got to score goals but the guy has got the whole package, whether it's scoring or linking the play".


He said: "We want to come here and carry a threat, we want to come here and cause as many problems to Braga defensively as we can. It's working well and long may it continue".

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