Video: Neil Lennon Has ‘No Issues’ with Christie Red Card and Says Celtic ‘Ran Out of Ideas’ in Livi Loss

Video: Neil Lennon Has ‘No Issues’ with Christie Red Card and Says Celtic ‘Ran Out of Ideas’ in Livi Loss

Celtic boss Neil Lennon has admitted his side ran out of ideas in today’s 2-0 defeat to Livingston in the Premiership.

The Hoops travelled to the Tony Macaroni Arena this afternoon looking to head into the international break with their unbeaten league record in tact, but they were soon put under pressure when Ryan Christie was shown an early straight red card for a wild lunge on Scott Robinson.

Ironically, it was Robinson who opened the scoring for the home side just after the half-time break, with striker Lyndon Dykes adding a second and condemning Lennon’s men to their first league reverse of the campaign.

After the match, speaking to Sky Sports, Lennon was understandably upset with the result, but simply held his hands up and said they just hadn’t played well enough throughout:

Should they beat Hamilton at home today, Rangers will go two points clear at the top of the Premiership table – but who are favourites to lift the trophy in May?

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