Celtic squandered a big opportunity to take a commanding lead in the Scottish Premiership title chase against their closest rivals on Sunday.

Brendan Rodgers’ side traveled across Glasgow to play at Ibrox, and they got off to a great start as Daizen Maeda scored with a block tackle on James Tavernier in the first minute.

Matt O’Riley then extended the lead from the penalty spot before halftime, but second-half goals from James Tavernier and Abdallah Sima leveled the score at 2-2.

Substitute Adam Idah may have thought he’d won the game in the 87th minute with his clean goal past Jack Butland, but Rabbi Matondo made it 3-3 with

There were some good, and not so good, performers on the day for Celtic, and one player may have just made himself droppable after his display in the Old Firm clash – Liam Scales, who was even worse than Alistair Johnston

Alastair Johnston.

The numbers behind Alistair Johnston’s Rangers performance
The Canadian international was playing with fire at times after getting booked by the referee for palming Fabio Silva’s face, and the official was made aware of it.

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