Despite being 2-0 up after an hour Celtic had Mikael Lustig to thank for maintaining their long unbeaten domestic run.
Having battled back to 2-2 Hibs were presented with a golden chance to score the winner in the third and final minute of stoppage time when Craig Gordon spilled a cross close to the edge of the penalty box.
The ball fell perfectly for substitute Ollie Shaw but his shot at goal was anticipated by Lustig who cleared the ball away from three yards out.
There was still time for Scott Sinclair, who had scored both Celtic goals to shoot over the bar but when the final whistle blew it was Lustig’s clearance that was the talking point.
— Scottish Sun Sport (@scotsunsport) December 10, 2017
What a stunning goal line clearance from Lustig, amazing game….oh Sinclair has just skied a chance to win it…FT what a game of football.
Hibs 2-2 Celtic
— Inside The SPFL (@AgentScotland) December 10, 2017
The full 67 games flashed before my eyes when Gordon dropped that ball…..Lustig you fuckin hero!!!!!!!! 68 Unbeaten!!
— Fitzy (@Fitzy_07) December 10, 2017
LUSTIG UR THE ONE U JUST SAVED OUR RUN U CAN MAKE ME WHOLE AGAIN
— Dec Begley (@dec_67) December 10, 2017
Wow….what a 2nd half. Great by Lustig at the end. Boyata is still a walking fucking time bomb! 68 and counting bitches ????????????
— ????John Condron???? (@condybhoy) December 10, 2017
A draw yes, but the amount of chances we missed was absolutely fkn ridiculous, with public park defending thrown in. A game that should’ve been dead n buried had us with our hearts in our mouths as Lustig cleared off the line. Dearie me Sinky! HH??
— matt mcglone (@MattMcGlone9) December 10, 2017
Tremendous second half. Celtic should have scored 6 and yet a last minute goal line block from Lustig keeps Celtic’s long unbeaten run intact!
— Electronic Tims (@ETimsNet) December 10, 2017
Cracking game of football, thought the record was gone before Lustig’s block. pic.twitter.com/tyzGBIYn0U
— James Doleman (@jamesdoleman) December 10, 2017
The last of the 93 mins
Lustig saves the day to stop it making it 3-2 pic.twitter.com/iDFpKOh1fZ
— Kerry ???????? (@wee_kezza) December 10, 2017
The draw takes Celtic’s unbeaten domestic run to 68 matches with Brendan Rodgers’ side back in action at home to Hamilton on Wednesday.
The point takes Celtic five points clear of Aberdeen and Sevco at the top of the Premiership with a game in hand.