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Highlights: Hearts 0-4 Celtic

Celtic thrashed Hearts 4-0 at Tynecastle to extend their advantage at the top of the SPL summit. First half goals from Lassad Nouioui, Mikael Lustig and an own goal from Ryan Stevenson put the away team in control. Striker Gary Hooper added a fourth in th

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