Kristoffer Ajer was sent off for Hatem Abd Elhamed during Saturday afternoon's thrilling match. Now, Celtic boss Neil Lennon gives a worrying update. Celtic handedly defeated St. Mirren 5-0 while riding the performances of Odsonne Edouard, Callum McGregor and of course, Leigh Griffiths. After a disappointing spell of matches, the Hoops got it going again against the Saints. The much needed win puts Celtic 16 points ahead of Rangers in the table, but the cross-town rivals will have a chance to cut that lead down tomorrow when they take on Ross County. Furthermore, this win helps build momentum for the Hoops. With Rangers lurking next Sunday, they needed this type of performance. However, not all was well and good during Saturday afternoon's match.
Neil Lennon had a hilarious reaction to the news of Rangers' 1-0 defeat against Hamilton Academical at Ibrox, leaving them 13 points behind Celtic. Celtic have managed to widen the gap between them and the Rangers to 13 points despite not having the best performance away against Livingston in a 2-2 draw. Steven Gerrard's struggling side drew a blank at home as they fell to a 1-0 defeat vs Hamilton Academical. And Neil Lennon's reaction to the news was hilarious. For most of the night it had looked like the Hoops were going to come out of Livingston empty handed. An early Callum McGregor opener was cancelled out by Guthrie in the 24th minute. And then Robinson gave the hosts the lead
Celtic earned a draw against Livingston on Wednesday evening, and now manager Neil Lennon gives a brutally honest review of the match. Celtic has had a tough go of it lately over the course of the last five matches. Those five matches have ended up with two wins, two draws and a loss. Hoops manager Neil Lennon cannot be happy or satisfied with his club's performance of late. Wednesday night's match against Livingston brought all of the issues front and center for the squad. Defence was lacking, especially with lapses by Fraser Forster, and a complete breakdown by Christopher Jullien that resulted in Livingston's second goal. In order to get back on track, Neil Lennon needs to revert back to what was working