Date: 13th March 2017 at 7:32pm
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Despite the double disappointment of yesterday’s derby result there was plenty to enjoy and celebrate around Celtic Park.

The team having a collective off day coupled with a below par performance from Bobby Madden meant that for just the second time domestically this season Celtic were held to a draw.

Before the kick off expectancy was in the air with You’ll Never Walk Alone ringing out after Madden had blown his first whistle.

After a stunning start from Madden Celtic managed to find some composure without getting close to their free flowing best.

Sevco were able to break the game up at will with the threat of a yellow card knowing that a red was highly unlikely.

Stuart Armstrong’s 35th minute goal looked like being a marker but the second never followed as the clock ticked away.

Craig Gordon had pulled off a few great one on one stops but was finally beaten in the 87th minute before the talking point that no Celtic fan will forget.

The after match misery has made way for the consolation that Celtic at their worst against Sevco at their best were only denied victory by erratic refereeing.