Unfortunately, right now, as it stands, the league looks like an ambitious ask rather than a stick-on.
Neil Lennon appears to have run out of ideas with these players and has been living on borrowed time for the past five weeks.
A late rally by the players saw Celtic gain a point when all three looked lost, but we look like a team playing with no belief or plan.
Here’s our social media feed called it immediately after the game.
No personal abuse should come his way, no name-calling, he's been an absolute legend for this club but this seems to have got away from him.
— CeltsAreHere (@HereCelts) November 21, 2020
Celtic controlled the first half but didn’t have many clear cut chances, if any.
A ridiculous decision by Scott Brown in the second half to charge a Hibs player in the box saw Celtic fall behind with the penalty being saved but the rebound being fired home. It would go from bad to worse for Celtic not long after with Hibs getting up the park and slicing open the defence and making it 2.
Edouard came on and changed the game, helped to be a nuisance and was a big part of why we got a penalty late on to put Hibs under pressure, the Frenchman scored it and then it was a late cross into the box with Diego Laxxalt getting on the end of it which rescued a point.
There was no grand plan today when we went 2-0 up, it was every man for themselves and we manged to get a draw. It’s a good point in the end but this game, put into context with the whole season so far, the manager has to go.