A fairly uneventful game at Celtic Park burst into life in the last 10 minutes when Hill cancelled out Stuart Armstrong’s goal for a late Rangers equaliser.
Then the Hoops could have had a chance to win it at the death when Griffiths went down under the challenge of the Gers defender.
But referee Bobby Madden waved away protests and the game finished 1-1 – a big result for Graeme Murty, his men and the fans.
Rodgers wasn’t too disappointed at full-time, but did say in his post-match interview that Hill told him he did foul Griffiths in the incident: “I thought it was a penalty at the end.
“Whenever Clint Hill tells me he got away with it at the end, then that lets me know that it was a penalty.”
If Celtic had got the penalty, you would have fancied them to fire it home and no doubt win the game.
But it wasn’t to be – and the result sets us up for a fascinating Scottish Cup semi-final between the sides next month.
Celtic fans – should you have had a penalty?