Video: Unique Angle as Late Goal Sends Celts Thirteen Clear

In what was a bizarre night in Scottish football, where a draw against a dogged and determined Livingston would feel like a victory because of the result in Govan, Celtic went 13 points clear.

We have the opportunity to go a further 3 points clear with a win on Saturday as the nearest challengers don’t play until Sunday. Although last night looked as if Celtic were headed for their 3rd defeat of the season after Livi’s Guthrie and Robinson scored to give Gary Holt’s side a 2-1 lead. Celtic had opened the scoring through an incredible dig from Callum McGregor; however the second goal proved elusive.

Enter Tom Rogic. A man for big goals on big occasions. I have always been a big fan of Tom and last night showed why, it was phenomenal work by Odsonne Edouard but the composure of ‘Big Tam’ showed why he still has a big part to play at Celtic.

So 2-2 it ended, a point in a very hostile environment but the real news came from Govan where the wheels came off Steven Gerrard 55 bus. Celtic are 13 points clear and after Saturday’s game against St Mirren will travel to Ibrox. Victory there would all but ensure that 9IAR is complete.

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Born just as Celtic were stopping the Ten, Lubo98 follows Celtic home and away and helps run his local Celtic Supporters Club. He goes to all the games and is a Law Graduate. Has a particular fondness for Tom Rogic among the current Celts and both Lubo and Henrik form his earliest Celtic memories.

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