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salty

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  1. Once again Celtic got out of jail with a winner deep in injury time. Piles of pressure but majority of it was trying to bludgeon our way through a packed defence. Deja vu again. We had a number of good efforts in the first half from Sinclair Forrest and Brown but failed to break through. Indeed Dundee created a very good chance late in the first half but an alert Bain saved the day after Toljan went to sleep. Celtic could have a penalty when Sinclair seemed to be fouled in the area. The irritation level steadily increased during the 2nd half as an uninspired Celtic rarely created danger. The slow laborious build up was making life easy for Dundee. Plenty of corners but as usual fruitless. Hayes came on for Johnson and made a few runs to the bye line which brought some hope. Benkovic fot Ajer and Weah came on. There had been several stops for injuries which resulted in 6 minutes injury time. Dundee had a decent breakaway but fortunately took wrong options. With time almost up Edouard who has driven me mad in front of goal received on right wing in space . He drove goalwards laid off to Forrest who raced to the end line cut it back to Edouard who finished with aplomb. Cue relief and ecstasy to put us 10 points ahead. When we played at Dens Park earlier this season we had an extremely comfortable win but at that stage we were moving the ball quickly and making life difficult for defences. Since then we have lapsed back into the pedestrian build up which is dreadful to watch. Now a 2 week break till the Glasgow Derby. Hopefully a more focused Celtic will turn up.
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