Celtic watched their 100% record in the Scottish Premiership come to an end yesterday afternoon as a late Alex Fisher goal sealed a 2-2 draw for Inverness to move them off the bottom of the table.
The Hoops took the lead through Tom Rogic before a stunning effort from Billy King levelled things for the Highland side.
However, Scott Sinclair continued his scoring record as he bagged his sixth goal of the season to put his side in the lead again but an outstanding second half display from Owain fon Williams in the Inverness goal kept the lead at just one and Inverness took full advantage with a late equaliser.
Sinclair could look on the bright side though as his first half goal saw him write his name into the record books as he became only the second Celtic player to score in all of the club’s opening five league matches in a season.
The only other player on that list is Celtic’s all time record goalscorer Jimmy McGrory and Sinclair has stated that if he can score as many as the Scotsman he thinks he’ll be alright.
What do you think, Celtic fans? Can Sinclair become a club legend?