GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) — Motherwell qualified for the Europa League by coming from behind against Celtic to beat the newly-crowned Scottish Premier League champions 3-1 on Sunday.

Gary Hooper opened the scoring for Celtic in the 39th minute but Henrik Ojamaa leveled just before halftime.

Michael Higdon put Motherwell ahead from the penalty spot five minutes into the second half after Celtic defender Charlie Mulgrew was adjudged to have fouled Ojamaa just inside the box.

Five minutes later right-back Mikael Lustig headed Tom Hateley's cross against his own post with Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster seeing the ball come off him and into his own net.

Motherwell moved up to 60 points, nine ahead of third-place Inverness with three games remaining and it would take a remarkable collapse to deprive them of second spot.