Celtic endured a torrid night in Amsterdam as they fell to a 4-0 defeat to Ajax.
Three first-half goals left the Hoops with a mountain to climb before Charlie Mulgrew saw red for handling the ball on the line.
The resultant penalty added gloss to the scoreline with Neil Lennon targeting a huge improvement ahead of his team’s upcoming Champions League qualifiers.
Former Hearts boss Jim Jefferies saw his Dunfermline side beaten by the Tynecastle club as John McGlynn watched his men gain their second pre-season victory.
Andy Webster and John Sutton were on target at East End Park.
A crowd of 4,512 were inside Fir Park to honour Steven Hammell as Everton provided the opposition in a testimonial match.
Shane Duffy opened the scoring for the visitors before Nicky Law fired in an equaliser ten minutes after the break.
Leigh Griffiths appeared in the second half as Hibernian went down 1-0 to Oud-Heverlee Leuven in Belgium, Kilmarnock beat Chester 1-0 thanks to a goal from Matthew Kennedy.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle also faced English opposition in the shape of Coventry City.
Terry Butcher’s Highlanders took the lead through a Richie Foran penalty with further goals from Billy McKay and Jason Oswell.
Paul McGowan’s late strike gave St Mirren the bragging rights over Morton in the Renfrewshire Cup while SPL new boys Dundee hit five goals against Cove Rangers.
Aberdeen hit 12 goals in Germany, Ross County managed four against Elgin with Dundee United squeezing past Raith Rovers in Kirkcaldy.
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