Three things learned from Celtic draw v Hibernian: Midfielder not good enough for Hoops
COMMENT By James Black
Celtic scraped a 2-2 draw with Hibernian at Parkhead on Saturday afternoon to extend their remarkable domestic run of undefeated games to 58.
Neil Lennon hoped to be the man to end Celtic’s run in his first match back at Parkhead since leaving in 2014
A double from Callum McGregor spared the Hoops’ blushes after the midweek win over Anderlecht in the Champions League.
A re-jigged side with five changes took a while to get going but looked good as the first-half drew to a close.
In the second-half, Rodgers’ side struggled to get to grips with Hibs as the Capital club raced into a 2-1 lead and looked set to shatter the Hoops long unbeaten record.
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McGregor then popped up with a late equaliser to rescue a point before the squad breaks up for the international fixtures over the next few weeks.
Rodgers altered Celtic’s tactical shape once more with a three-man defence taking the field against Hibs, which brings us to the first of three things we learned from Saturday’s draw.
Click ‘2’ below to see the simple change Rodgers should make