CELTIC had to settle for a point at Easter Road but it wasn’t for the want of trying.
Celtic huffed and puffed and when they did get into the box they were brought down not once but twice and should’ve had two penalties on the day.
Kevin Clancy inexplicably waved both decisions away with the bhoys confused as to what constitutes a penalty in his eyes.
Celtic fans aren’t the only ones wondering.
BBC man Michael Stewart was live on air when he slammed the official and his team for calling both decisions wrong and not being able to see things up close he can see from the stands.
“Lewis Stevenson has got away with one there, he’s very lucky. He shouldn’t have gone in there. He didn’t need to commit, he could’ve blocked it without making a lunging tackle.” Stewart said live on BBC Radio.
Minutes later Stewart blasted the officials again.
“That’s another one. It looks a penalty to me. You could see it happening before it did. Horgan dangles his right leg and to me, he runs a massive risk.
“It’s been a poor afternoon for the officials. They’re giving things that shouldn’t be given and not awarding other things. It’s not just Kevin Clancy, it’s all the officials. We can see these decisions from the stands.”
Celtic have to chalk it up to one of those days where things just didn’t fall into place for them – two points dropped but nothing too alarming in the performance.
It’s frustrating when everyone else can see the decision but the referee and his assistants are seemingly blind to the moment.