They left it late but Celtic managed to avoid another embarrassing defeat in the Scottish Premiership – not that a struggling point at Pittodrie will do much to quell the dissension among the club’s support at the end of this miserable season.
Still, one point is better than none, and thanks to a last-second Leigh Griffiths header from close range, John Kennedy’s men were able to leave the north east with a share of the spoils.
The home side had led from the early going after Lewis Ferguson directed an Andy Considine header from a set-piece past goalkeeper Scott Bain.
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