A Well Fought Three Points, As Jota Dazzles For The Travelling Celtic Fans.

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It was the battle today that I thought it would be, but although we were going into the last five minutes level I never believed for a second that we would fail to win the three points.

There is just too much quality in this team for that and there was too much of it still left on the pitch.

We need to start taking our chances though, and putting teams away.

We need to stop conceding from shitty set pieces; that will hurt us unless we identify the problem and fix it but really that didn’t have the feel of one of those days today and we thoroughly deserved the win.

I caught the last bit of Radio Scotland and one of the anchors was wailing about how “Ross County won’t believe that’s ended 3-1.” No? I suggest they came down to reality because that score-line reflected the game and we more than deserved it.

The tough day at the office we all thought it might be, but once again this team showed resilience and strength and heart and had too much class for them.

I’m going to do something different today and go through how every player performed.

But I can tell you right now that my man of the man was Jota by a mile. He was absolutely brilliant and virtually unplayable.

It’s his best performance in a Celtic shirt in a while.

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  • Geoff says:

    Sportsound interviewer obviously watching a different game from Ange as he disagreed with every point she raised.
    She also said to mackay that they must have thought they would get a point when they equalised.
    With 32 minutes still to play?

  • smokey says:

    Your lucky you didn’t listen to the WHOLE match on BBC Scotland…..
    Packie Bonner does my nut in listening to him for 90 mins ….
    Moan apart Celtic and Jota in particular fought all the way against the hammer throwers AND Don Robertson……lucky some of our players did not have some serious damage done to them.

  • harold shand says:

    Hugh Keevins sounded very p*ssed off on SSB and of course Jenz hardly got a mention

    • smokey says:

      Keevins a total and utter bellend……at 1-1 said it would be a disaster for us to draw.
      A total prick in the extreme

  • Christopher paterson says:

    About time celtic demanded a meeting with the sfa over the standard or lack of standard of referees or is it only a certain other club who get to demand a celtic player is going to end up with a career ending injury if something isn’t done about the referees in Scotland its embarassing that this debate goes on and on every week it seems yet celtic don’t seem to want to take on the sfa even tjo they have a duty of care to their employees in this case the football players

  • Garry Cowan says:

    Great goal from Abada

  • Johnnie mcgrory says:

    Tough game, good result in the end.

  • JOHN says:

    Have these these fools not learned anything from last season?


  • Effarr says:

    McKay would really need to be a very optimistic person and calm to the extreme if he thought that with half an hour to
    go, having less than 20% of the play and being over-run, that he would expect a draw.

    I wonder if the interviewer was as confident that they would get a draw. She would probably be fearing a late keelhauling.

  • Nicholas Murphy says:

    Every Celtic keeper I can remember has had bombscare moments.There must be a clause in keeper contracts.

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