Celtic slipped up once again on Wednesday night as they could only draw 2-2 away at Livingston.
The Bhoys drew 0-0 with Livi over the weekend, and were looking for better on Wednesday – but it ended up being another dismal night.
Ciaron Brown put Livingston in front, and whilst Mohamed Elyounoussi and Nir Bitton fired Celtic ahead, Jay Emmanuel-Thomas rescued a point for Livi.
Scott Brown’s red card made a disappointing night seem even worse, and it will feel like one of Celtic’s games in hand on Rangers has now been wasted.
Neil Lennon’s men sit 20 points adrift of their bitter rivals in the race for the Scottish Premiership title, with the trophy surely heading to Ibrox now.
It’s now four league games without a win for Celtic and just three points taken in that run, with Lennon under huge pressure at Parkhead.
Fans have likely given up all hope of winning the title now, and pundit John Hartson – formerly of Celtic but currently in a war of words with Lennon – offered his reaction to last night’s draw.
Hartson suggested that the defeat was a ‘stark reminder’ that Celtic are simply not winning the league this season, seemingly slamming them for not even being able to win last night, never mind claw back the huge deficit to Rangers.