Celtic's David Turnbull looks dejected as Livngston make it 2-2 at the Tony Macaroni Arena. (Photo by Alan Harvey / SNS Group)

How Celtic players rated during the chilly 2-2 draw in Livingston snow

Livingston maintained their unbeaten run under David Martindale and gave Celtic their fourth match without a win – the first time they have endured such a sequence in the past two decades.

Neil Lennon returned to the dug-out after missing the previous two games – both draws – through isolation consequences of Christopher Jullien’s positive Covid-19 test result.

However the manager’s return was not enough to get the better of Livingston for a second successive game.

This time the sides shared four goals after Saturday’s scoreless draw at Celtic Park.

Livingston took the lead through Cieron Brown taking advantage at of Celtic’s defensive hesitancy to knock in the opener but Moi Elyounoussi flicked in an equaliser and Nir Bitton put Celtic ahead at the break after a sublime through ball from Calum McGregor.

However Livingston levelled again when Jay-Emmanuel Thomas tapped in as the snow fell, and as if a fourth game without a win wasn’t bad enough for Neil Lennon, he saw his club captain Scott Brown sent off for an elbow five minutes after coming on.

Here’s how we rated the Celtic performance at the Tony Macaroni Arena, using our usual ratings scale.

Player ratings scale - 10: One of best performances you've seen. 9: Outstanding. 8: Very good. 7: Good. 6: Average. 5: Poor, 4: Very poor. 3: Terrible day at office. 2: Abysmal. 1: One of worst performances you've seen.

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