Kilmarnock won the Scottish League Cup
for the first time with a shock 1-0 victory over Premier League
leaders Celtic in the final at Hampden Park on Sunday.
Belgian Dieter Van Tornhout headed the winner on his 27th
birthday six minutes from time following a superb whipped cross
from Lee Johnson, his first goal for the club.
Celtic, 14-times League Cup winners and seeking a domestic
treble, underperformed against a team six places and 41 points
behind them in the Scottish Premier League.
Kilmarnock goalkeeper Cammy Bell saved well from Anthony
Stokes and Victor Wanyama while Stokes had a strong penalty
claim turned down in the dying minutes but Kilmarnock hung to
win their first trophy since the 1997 Scottish Cup.
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