Celtic travelled to Easter Road to face Hibs in the Scottish Premiership in the first game back since the international break and endured a difficult afternoon in the capital.
Jack Ross’ side were gifted the lead after Celtic gave away a penalty early in the second half. Bain initially saved the spot-kick, his second penalty save in three games, but Jamie Murphy dashed in to tuck home the rebound. And Celtic were dealt a further blow less than 10 minutes later when a series of defensive errors allowed Kevin Nisbet to double Hibs’ lead.
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