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Rangers dumped Old Firm rivals Celtic out of the CIS Cup after a 2-1 extra time win.

John Hartson had given The Bhoys the lead after 66 minutes, but Dado Prso levelled to earn extra time - when Shota Arveladze grabbed the winner to put Rangers into the semi-finals.

Hartson put Celtic ahead on 66 minutes when he got onto the end of an Alan Thompson corner to head in at the back post.

With Martin O'Neill's men looking like getting one over on Rangers yet again, Dado Prso popped up with five minutes left to send the game into extra time.

Hamed Namouchi's shot was saved by the feet of David Marshall and Croatian marksman Prso fired in the rebound.

The game moved in to extra time and The Gers needed just 10 minutes to get their noses in front when Shota Arveladze sent Ibrox wild.

Alex McLeish's men held out to dump Celtic out of the cup and earn bragging rights in Glasgow until the next Old Firm meeting.

Andy Webster gave Hearts the lead after 33 minutes when Robbie Neilson's throw caused problems inside the Dunfermline box.

Webster headed the ball in from six yards out, although Dennis Wyness stuck the ball in just to make sure.

The Pars drew level on the hour mark through substitute Bill Mehmet, but parity lasted just six minutes before the visitors went back ahead.

Richie Bryne tripped Neilson inside the box and Paul Hartley stepped up to convert the penalty to put Hearts 2-1 ahead.

Joe Hamill grabbed a late goal six minutes before time to ensure Hearts' place in the semi-finals.

Match Summaries:
Dunfermline 1-3 Hearts
Rangers 2-1 (aet) Celtic