Date: 27th February 2019 at 10:26pm
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Chris Sutton realised what a pivotal moment it was in the SPFL title race when Odsonne Edouard scored a stoppage time winner for Celtic at Tynecastle.

At Ibrox the home side were home and hosed within 30 minutes with a three goal lead, when Hearts equalised against Celtic from the penalty spot after 56 minutes the ‘As It Stands’ league table had the gap at the top trimmed down to six points.

Deep into injury time Scott Brown flighted a perfect cross into the penalty box with Edouard timing his run perfectly to tuck the ball into the net from eight yards out.

On the park and around the Celtic dug out the scenes of joy were obvious to all as the hoops negotiated another tricky away match as they look to clinch their eighth successive title.

Taking full points completed an incredible couple of days for Celtic caretaker Neil Lennon who was expecting to be on media duty in the Middle East.

Brendan Rodgers’ decision to bolt off down to Leicester turned the week upside down with Lennon appointed as caretaker at 6.30pm on Tuesday and introduced to the media at 10.30am this morning.

Celtic will return to SPFL duty a week on Saturday at home to Aberdeen with an eight point advantage going into the final 10 fixtures.