Video: Hugh Keevins delivers on air Celtic clanger

Hugh Keevins delivered an on-air clanger as Celtic secured a late draw at Ibrox. The Scottish Champions went ahead early but were pegged back by two goals from the home side. However, Ange Postecoglou’s team showed their mettle by grinding out a point, which maintains the nine-point lead at the top of the table.

The veteran Superscoreboard pundit said that he couldn’t see Celtic coming back on Monday’s game only for seconds later, Celtic to silence Keevins.

Daizen Maeda opened the scoring for Celtic with an excellent finish. The Japanese Internationalist capitalised on a loose pass from Alfredo Morelos, allowing Maeda to push through, beat James Tavernier and fire the ball beyond Allan McGregor.

Rangers started well in the second half, buoyed on by Celtic’s forced substitution of Greg Taylor. Ryan Kent scored with a tidy finish but Josip Juranovic should’ve done better against Fashion Sakala. Rangers went ahead after Carl Starfelt was adjudged to have fouled Sakala. James Tavernier made no mistake from the spot.

Kyogo grabbed a crucial equaliser for Celtic with a composed finish in the dying stages of the game at Ibrox. Aaron Mooy was picked out by Jota, who worked together to get the ball to Giakoumakis, who had his shot blocked only for the Japanese striker to strike the ball high into the net.

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    Again we got the same treatment from both referees and var. Who are judged by the same referees who are totally biased against Celtic. It’s about time for the sfa, to stand up and review all the decisions since it was introduced, if we can’t get a fair judgment we need to get Fifa involved. We will continue to win games, but we need to cut out all the so called mistakes.

    • Gordon Herriot on

      It isn’t just Celtic that are being affected by the ‘new’ referee(VAR) albeit there appears to be more decisions/non-decisions going against them.
      The biggest problem is the unclear rules of the use of VAR and that of handballs! Once these are clarified it might then be easier to accept VAR intervention and subsequent decisions.
      VAR aside there is too much inconsistency from our referees and their assistants. The rules on offside where a game is allow to go on before a flag is raised is somewhat ludicrous; why not go back to proper refereeing when the flag goes up immediately at the point the assistant deems a player to be in an offside position(this is when VAR can check the decision).
      Finally, 2 major decisions in Monday’s Auld Firm game went against Celtic and on both occasions the referee accepted the VAR decision yet both incidents may well have been overruled had the referee had a look for himself. Had he done so he would have clearly seen that Sakala had actually stood on Starfelt’s ankle and fell over and that Goldson had made himself bigger by raising his arms, the ball hitting his hand above his head.