Celtic supporters took to Twitter to express their disappointment with the performance of Scott Sinclair in their 1-1 draw with Rangers.
Celtic have not lost a single game this season, and Rangers will be keen to become the first club to beat them, though the latter are 33 points below their rivals in the table.
Stuart Armstrong had put the Scottish Premiership leaders Celtic ahead before Clint Hill's strike in the 87th minute.
"And then watching the game plan come together and work against a very good team is something I can take with me wherever I go - it really filled me with pride".
"We should have had a clear-cut penalty at the death, but I'm proud of the team today".
Referee Bobby Madden also waved away a late Celtic penalty appeal after substitute Leigh Griffiths went down under the challenge of the goalscorer.
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ABERDEEN midfielder Kenny McLean believes Brendan Rodgers was out to wind-up Rangers when he claimed St Mirren were the best Scottish side Celtic had faced this season.
"St Mirren played well at the start of the game but I think Celtic were comfortable in the end". It's disappointing for myself that I had two one-on-ones. And I thought without two outstanding saves from Craig Gordon they could have had more.
Large sections of the support made comments in relation to his recent betting charge, while others looked back at his last outing against Celtic, which ended in a 5-1 defeat for Rangers.
"We will just re-focus again".
"We need your support, we are counting on you". The Celtic-Rangers games I have been involved in so far have been fantastic games.
'These types of games are always tense and hard games to play in.