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MIKAEL LUSTIG’S late intervention ensured Celtic left Easter Road with their unbeaten run stretched to 68 games, although it’s ultimately two points dropped for the Champions.

After a drab first half, the game sprung into life, not before our social media feed posted this.

Scott Sinclair scoring a brace to put Celtic 2-0 up only for Efe Ambrose to start the Hibs resurgence and three minutes later it was Oliver Shaw made it 2-2.

After that, chaos ensued and in the last 60 seconds of the game both sides had great chances to win it. An open goal from Hibs thwarted by Mikael Lustig yards from the line then Celtic headed straight up the park with Scott Sinclair on a hat-trick he skied it from close range.

The game ended 2-2 and we’ve barely had a chance to draw breath.

That’s three meetings between these sides this season – one win for Celtic and two 2-2 draws.

2 COMMENTS

  1. I’ve said this all season, we need to strengthen our defence, the two Muppets in central defence are not up to the standard we need to progress in Europe let alone our own league. Time Rodger’s got his finger out, got a good young one in Ajar.

  2. Agree about Ajer. However, today was just one of those days. I would not have taken Young Edouard off. He was doing well and he leads the line well and was bringing the ball under control with his head up looking for the pass.
    Not long after Dembele came on he was through and shot at the keeper from an angle where he would not have beaten the keeper. Had he centred it with a pass Sinclair was clear with an open goal for a hat-trick. That would definitely have ended the game as a contest.

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