Celtic made it 66 domestic games unbeaten in last night’s 1-1 draw with Motherwell at Fir Park.

It was another controversial encounter between the sides, as for the second game in a row Motherwell were left angry at a penalty decision.

Andy Rose’s challenge on Callum McGregor was adjudged to be a foul by referee Willie Collum and Scott Sinclair stepped up to hammer home the equalising penalty in the 88th minute.

Ten minutes earlier, a Mikael Lustig own goal had given the Steelmen the lead, putting Celtic’s unbeaten run in danger.

It was a game of few chances, but the better ones fell Celtic’s way, with Kieran Tierney’s first half effort that was saved by Carson at point blank range the closest thing to a goal in the first-half.

In the second-half Motherwell’s star man Louis Moult came close with an overhead kick and a header but it looked like the game was heading for a goalless draw until the two late goals.

Here, Football Insider looks at three things we learned from Celtic’s draw over Motherwell

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