Video – Watch all the goals as Celtic fight back against Forfar Farmington

Here are the four goals from yesterday’s 2-2 draw against Forfar Farmington over at K-Park in East Kilbride. Celtic dominated the first half but could not make the breakthrough yet against the run of play, to say the least the visitors broke away and took the lead. With around an hour on the clock London Pollard broke free and finished well giving Chloe Logan no chance. The Celtic keeper had had a very quiet afternoon and was now picking the ball out of the net.

Things got even worse on 73 minutes when Donna Paterson headed home a Cassie Cowper free kick to double the Angus side’s advantage and shock the title chasing Celtic Ghirls. There was no further scoring until the very last minute when at long last Celtic’s pressure paid off with Chloe Craig tapping in a well taken corner from Lisa Robertson. And in dramatic circumstances Celtic were level moments later, Natalie Ross was the Celtic hero and the Ghirls then set about looking for a winner in the remaining seconds of the match.

But it was not to be and the game ended Celtic 2 Forfar Farmington 2. Frustrating For Celtic despite the late fightback, they will feel that this is a game that they could and should have won and it’s two points dropped rather than one gained as theRangers leapfrog them in the table.

Next match is away to Motherwell at the Penny Cars Stadium this Sunday. Kick-off time is 12:30pm.

The Celtic team yesterday was as follows:

Celtic: Chloe Logan, Chloe Craig, Kelly Clark, Caitlin Hayes, Jodie Bartle, Lisa Robertson, Natalie Ross, Summer Green, Sarah Ewens, Anita, Keeva Keenan

Substitutions: Cheryl McCulloch, Rachel Donaldson, Kate Nicolson, Chloe Warrington, Tegan Bowie, Rebecca McAllister, Kathleen McGovern

READ OUR MATCH REPORT HERE….Celtic 2 Forfar Farmington 2 – “It wasn’t the result we wanted, time to correct and improve,” Anita

Here is the SWPL1 Table as things stand:

Meanwhile Celtic Star Lisa Robertson has been nominated for the SWPL1 Player of the Year for November, please take a few seconds to give her your support by voting below…

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The Celtic Star founder and editor, who has edited numerous Celtic books over the past decade or so including several from Lisbon Lions, Willie Wallace, Tommy Gemmell and Jim Craig. Earliest Celtic memories include a win over East Fife at Celtic Park and the 4-1 League Cup loss to Partick Thistle as a 6 year old. Best game? Easy 4-2, 1979 when Ten Men Won the League. Email

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