Livingston FC’s Twitter admin have been branded ‘bitter’ by supporters on social media following Tom Rogic’s last minute equaliser last night. Celtic had taken the lead through Callum McGregor but two goals either side of half time dragged Livi ahead.
Celtic pushed for an equaliser in the second half as the resilient West Lothian side held firm. Gary Holt’s men defended admirably and showed why they have conceded so few goals at home. Although Celtic’s supporters roared them on, knowing that Hamilton led at Ibrox.
A deserved goal came through Tom Rogic in the 91st minute after Odsonne Edouard’s cut back to the Australian to give Celtic a point and send Celtic a huge 13 points clear.
However, the Livingston admin didn’t see it like that. They decided to take aim at the young supporters that went souvenir hunting at full-time.
4 Celtic fans running on the park at full-time to celebrate a 2-2 draw here at The @_TonyMacaroni Arena.
Tells its own story of the evening. https://t.co/SFxi0KDY0Y
— Livingston FC (@LiviFCOfficial) March 4, 2020
That pasta sauce taste a bit bitter?
— B (@BENE25_) March 5, 2020
You have to be surprised that Livi were so graceless with a draw considering they had just 39% of the possession with just 5 shots. Although for their efforts in defence you can see why they were upset.
Celtic will, if the table remains the same, be in line for another trip to the Tony Macaroni stadium post-split. This stadium is somewhere that Celtic have gained 2 points in 3 visits, scoring 2 goals.
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