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Celtic's treble dreams over as Inverness reaches its 1st Scottish Cup final with 3-2 win

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GLASGOW, Scotland — Celtic's treble dreams ended Sunday when Inverness won 3-2 in extra time to reach its first Scottish Cup final.

David Raven scored in the 117th minute of the semifinal to set up a May 30 meeting with second-tier side Falkirk.

Celtic, which has already won the Scottish League Cup and has a five-point league lead, had led at Hampden Park.

Virgil van Dijk netted from a free kick in the 18th but Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon was sent off early in the second half for tripping Marley Watkins to concede a penalty. Greg Tansey scored past replacement Lukasz Zaluska to force extra time.

Inverness striker Edward Ofere's low drive was cancelled out by Celtic substitute John Guidetti's free kick but with four minutes remaining Raven netted the winner.

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