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CELTIC served up the WORST display in domestic competition under Brendan Rodgers this afternoon against Hearts.

The team went into the break 2-0 down after being bullied by a Hearts side with the wind in their sales. There was no doubt about it, Hearts deserved their lead!

Brendan Rodgers made two changes at the break, changing his shape and bringing on a second striker,  Tierney and Ntcham made way for Dembele and Armstrong.

Not that it made any real difference to proceedings, a slip by Jozo Simunovic who was already having a nightmare let Hearts in for a third – The Invincibles were rattled.

The physical battle passed the team by, the team’s performance akin to bringing a paper aeroplane to a gunfight.

Too many games and too many off form players caught up with Celtic in a big way. Credit to Hearts though who kept their intensity throughout the game and always seemed on the front foot. A fourth goal came calling when Craig Gordon conceded a penalty, but in truth, the game was already gone.

Celtic’s impressive unbeaten run stops at 69, and it always had to come. A new record starts on Wednesday and Brendan Rodgers will want to see a massive reaction from his players.

The winter break can’t come soon enough.

If you would like our match ratings, they resemble simple computer binary code.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Was going to happen eventually,What a run its been,So tell me all the Celtic haters!!!!When will any other Club in the Premier break 69,Just what i thought.Boyata and that Lank Gordon most certainly need chucked out the Door Pronto.Both of them arent Good Enough for Celtic..HH HWG10IAR

  2. The run is over and to be fair its been on the cards for weeks. Possibly the euro humblings have taken their toll. Fair play to Hearts today. Hope Gordon gets a rest…he has been shocking for ages and his kicking…wtf!
    Also strengthening the defence with a 32 year old nobody has heard of…hardly building for the future.

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