Celtic lost their unbeaten start to the league today at Livingston. In fairness, Lennon did flag the game as a concern before a ball was kicked and unfortunately for him, his opinion turned out to be true.
Speaking in his post-match interview with Sky Sports the manager gave an honest opinion on why his team failed to pick up any points today and he kind of hit the nail on the head.
“We didn’t do the dirty bits, we were passive and we were poor in the final third. We didn’t have any clear cut chances to deserve the win today.
It’s a bad day and a bad result coming off the back of a European win”.
Lennon felt the red card was a turning point in the game but had no grievances about Ryan Christie been giving his marching orders after a needless tackle.
Another downside for Lennon is that his players will now leave for international duty and if Rangers manage a win at Ibrox later against Hamilton they will go top of the table going into the international break.
The highs and lows of a Celtic fan all squashed into four days.