COMMENT By James Black

Celtic took on Ross County in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday afternoon as they extended their unbeaten domestic run to 64 games after a 1-0 win in Dingwall.

Leigh Griffiths’ second-half free-kick was the difference between the two sides in a game short of action.

The Hoops named an unchanged side from their last outing against St. Johnstone as Kieran Tierney made his 100th appearance for the Glasgow giants.

Ross County dealt with the Hoops in the first-half despite Brendan Rodgers’ side having the bulk of the possession.

The Hoops stepped it up a bit in the second-half but needed a fantastic free-kick from substitute Griffiths to break the deadlock

With a trip to France to face Paris Saint-Germain before a Hampden cup final against Motherwell, the game will have given Rodgers something to think about heading back down the A9.

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