We appear to have started off well enough and had a few chances, but after Celtic got their first there was only likely to be one winner. Still, the other sides in the relegation battle so it's as you were ahead of some important midweek matches.
We fielded the same team for the third week running, returning skipper Jim Goodwin only a sub. And we had chances early on with Paul McGowan, Jason Naismith and Josh Magennis all denied.
Celtic were getting opportunities too and went in front 10 minutes before half-time when Stefan Johansen headed in Leigh Griffiths' cross. The latter was always likely to score against us and did so after an hour, Anthony Stokes rounding things off in the final minute.
Three games before the split, starting off with St Johnstone on Tuesday. A win is a must.
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