I reckon the key moment was before the game - Celtic bleating about players who wouldn't take the field. What message did that send to the rest? They looked defeated as soon as they crossed the white line which meant we didn't have to get out of second gear.
I 100% agree.Helanders magnificent block early doors. Could easily have resulted in a goal for that lot and had us on the back foot. From there on we were the dominant team and only team that ever looked like winning the game.
Just seen it again on Away days, the camera is right behind him, I thought he had just hit it too hard and went over the goal. It wasn't even over the goal, it was well by the post as well.
The way it fell required an immense finish. The angles were incredibly difficult. Looking back it's no surprise he missed it.The key moment was the Elyanousi (however the %^*& you spell it) miss.
We were very much on top but Goldson made a silly mistake and should’ve been punished. Thankfully he put it into the stand.
Think that re-focussed the defence and reminded them that although Celtic were shite, one mistake and the game could be back in the balance.
The way it fell required an immense finish. The angles were incredibly difficult. Looking back it's no surprise he missed it.