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28th Oct, 2017 | 5:02pm

24-year-old a passenger: Three things learned about Celtic in draw v Kilmarnock

COMMENT By James Black

Celtic dropped two points against Kilmarnock as they equalled a 100-year-old British record by going 62-games unbeaten with a 1-1 draw against Steve Clarke’s side.

Brendan Rodgers made a number of changes to the side which beat Aberdeen 3-0 with youngsters Kris Ajer and Mikey Johnston joining Olivier Ntcham, Eboue Kouassi, Patrick Roberts and Leigh Griffiths in the starting XI replacing Dedryck Boyata, Scott Brown, Stuart Armstrong, James Forrest, Callum McGregor and Moussa Dembele.

The Hoops took a first-half lead through Leigh Griffiths after dominating the opening 45 minutes as the Scotland international finished off a beautiful ball from Eboue Kouassi.

A quarter of an hour into the second-half though, Kilmarnock were back level after Jordan Jones scored for Clarke’s side.

Killie were able to hold out for a second point in Glasgow in four days as Celtic saw second-placed Aberdeen close to within a point at the top of the Scottish Premiership.

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Here, Football Insider takes a look at three things we have learned from the Bhoys against Kilmarnock.

Click ‘2’ below to see what Rodgers got wrong against Kilmarnock