Celtic’s Unique Angle coverage returned to action at Pittodrie- highlighting the influence that Tom Rogic has on the team.
There was nothing to get excited over during the first half but after the break the Australian made himself available and delivered the perfect pass for Callum McGregor to equalise.
It was a similar story later on when he found Leigh Griffiths in space with the substitute finishing brilliantly with a quick turn and shot.
Ryan Christie kept his nerve to score from the penalty spot but the action at the other end of the pitch would make for distressing viewing.
The basics of marking opponents, delivering passes and running down the clock were all posted missing as Aberdeen bounced back with a stoppage time equaliser.
Neil Lennon and his coaching staff now have the tough task of trying to lift the players by tightening up in defence with every move being analysed by a support that is rapidly losing confidence with almost every aspect of how the club is operating.
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— Celtic TV (@CelticTV) October 26, 2020