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21/04/2019 - 16:59 BST

There’s Question Marks Over Celtic – Former Bhoy Concerned After Hibernian Draw

 




Former Celtic striker Scott McDonald believes there are question marks over the Bhoys following their 0-0 draw at Hibernian, and feels they are just doing enough to get through games.

Neil Lennon's men were looking to move one step closer to the Scottish Premiership title by seeing off Paul Heckingbottom's side, but came up short with a lacklustre display at Easter Road.




While the Premiership title is still all but certain to stay at Celtic Park, Celtic do still have the Scottish Cup final to play.

McDonald thinks something is not quite right with Celtic at the moment, with the Bhoys' play looking less sharp than it was.
 


He noted that when Celtic returned from their winter training break in Dubai they stepped on the gas domestically, but says they have now run out of steam.

McDonald said on BBC Sportsound: "There's question marks right now.
 


"Conditions today didn't help the situation, but they have to do better as it was very sloppy.

"They've not been as sharp, as quick, but just doing enough to get through games since Neil's been in charge.

"It's not been as slick as after the winter break when Brendan Rodgers took them to Dubai and they came back all guns blazing, playing fantastic football.

"There's been a bit of a lull."


Celtic will be looking to return to winning ways next weekend when they play host to Steve Clarke's Kilmarnock, a game then followed by a trip to Pittodrie to take on Aberdeen.