A look back at the action from the second weekend in the 2020/21 Scottish top flight season
The second weekend in the Scottish Premiership threw up the first big surprise of the new season with Celtic dropping points at Kilmarnock to hand an early advantage to Rangers, plus Hibs and Ross County, of course, who also made it two wins from two.
There were plenty of thrills and spills on and off the pitch as games continue to be played in front of empty stadiums as fans watch on a stream, kicking and heading every ball and remonstrating at every refereeing decision.
With all that in mind, scroll down and click through to see who starred and who flopped over weekend in the second round of fixtures in the Scottish Premiership.
1. Aimless Accies
Two games in and it’s already not looking good for Hamilton Accies, clearly in need of some strengthening. Defensively they were shaky, but it was their possession play which was equally worrying. Despite being at home to Ross County they had less than 40 per cent of possession and completed just 51 per cent of their passes. It puts a lot of strain on the defence. Photo: Alan Harvey - SNS Group
2. Stupendous Stewart
For the second week running Ross Stewart was brilliant for Ross County in their win over Hamilton Accies. He may not have scored but he did plenty of other excellent work. He was dominant in the air, a constant target on diagonals, he dribbled well taking Accies up the pitch, stretched the game and combined so well with those around him. But what is so impressive is his diligent work out of position, getting back and mucking in. Photo: Alan Harvey - SNS Group
3. Robson impresses for United
Dundee United are off to a good start under Micky Mellon and Jamie Robson has adapted well to the top flight. Against Motherwell he put in a good all-round performance in the 1-0 win. Full-backs get a lot of notice for the attacking side of the game but it was the 22-year-old’s defensive game which impressed the most. Combative and determined, winning duels on the ground and in the air. Photo: Bill Murray - SNS Group
4. Defensive dolts
Livingston were all over the place in their defeat to Hibs. Once again Efe Ambrose lined up on the left of a back five, but despite having five defenders on the pitch, protected by Marvin Bartley, they couldn't defend. And it was the basics. Stopping cross balls, reacting to situations, attacking crosses, clearing lines. It was haphazard. Photo: Andrew Barr Photography/Pool Image)