BAIN: WE'RE ANGRY AT HIBS DRAW BUT WE SHOWED THE RIGHT CHARACTER
Celtic View|Vol 56 Issue 18
Scott Bain admitted frustration at drawing against Hibernian on Saturday, but the Celtic keeper credited the team’s desire to come back from 2-0 down as he highlighted the areas needing improvement.
TONY CONNELLY

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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