Celtic fans were quick to give BBC Scotland feedback on the rescue act from Moritz Jenz against Ross County yesterday.
Ange Postecoglou’s side completely dominated the match, enjoying 77% possession according to the state broadcaster who struggled to acknowledge the dominance of the visitors.
Plenty of goals are scored in the 84th minute of matches, they are fairly late but certainly don’t fall into the rescue category. Perhaps if a defender scores the winner in the sixth minute of stoppage time away to Ross County it can be described as a rescue act, yesterday it wasn’t.
There was still 10 minutes playing time left in the match, enough for Liel Abada to curl in a goal-of-the-season contender with BBC Scotland clearly unhappy about the outcome for the ‘impressive’ home team.
Moritz Jenz rescued Celtic with a late goal on his debut as the Scottish Premiership champions rallied to overcome impressive Ross County.
— BBC Sport Scotland (@BBCSportScot) August 6, 2022
International Rescue….Thunderbird’s are go…. pic.twitter.com/NNnZ7JtPFp
— Timposter (@Tim_Poster) August 7, 2022
I’ve stopped following the account. Absolute pish reporting.
— Jo Whitby (@iknowjojo) August 7, 2022
exactly, they got away with at least 2 red cards and inept performance from referee AGAIN and farside linesman.
— Sligotim (@JohnFallon8) August 7, 2022
Is there a clip? I feel a diary coming on.
— Richard McGinley (@Richiestoke) August 6, 2022
Rescued? impressive Ross county?don’t the that spoil the narrative ? pic.twitter.com/cTZlP782II
— Michael Mccorriston* (@mickmccorriston) August 6, 2022
Impressive Ross County?
They must have been damn impressive in the 20 minutes my stream went down cos they didn’t impress me for the bits I watched.
— Cautious Dave (@cautiousdave) August 6, 2022
We won 3-1 and completely dominated the game he hardly rescued us did he
— Sean Markus Clifford (@seanmarkus_67) August 6, 2022
No way Kenny can host a live broadcast and write headlines, so this isn’t on him. That said, this is institutionalised and has been all the way back since the days when the 7-1 footage disappeared, through Blue Peter Thompson and on to the present day.
— Danny Friel (@DF57) August 6, 2022