'Playing with 10 men', 'Still a mess going forward' - Celtic fans react to goalless first half against Kilmarnock

Celtic fans have been reacting to a goalless first half in this afternoon’s Scottish Premiership fixture against Kilmarnock at Parkhead.

Celtic's David Turnbull has a shot at goal during a Scottish Premiership match between Celtic and Kilmarnock at Celtic Park, on December 13, 2020. (Photo by Craig Foy / SNS Group)

Celtic Fc To The Core (@CelticFc_Core): We still look better than we have done in recent weeks but Edouard looks isolated up front at points. I think 2 up front could be the way to go here but we look much more comfortable at the back.

Shaun (@TheTweetofShaun): We look more secure defensively. Soro is big upgrade on Brown. We still look a mess going forward. Frimpong and Elyounoussi are empty jerseys. We still look like a side that has no plan and isn't coached.

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Patrick Murphy (@PatrickMurphy89): Edouard, Taylor and Frimpong need to offer a lot more. Duffy couldn't pick his nose, nevermind a pass. I'd like Griffiths on for Elyounoussi

DB (@DB86_): 46 minutes for their keeper to make a save . Lethargic , laboured and nowhere near good enough , just like the season in general .

Jamie Whiteford (@seumasabheinn): Back to asking to get beaten. Why bring Edouard back, we are playing with 10 men just now ?

James Fitzpatrick (@KingKcodrab): We're looking awful again. Low tempo, noone looking interested. Playing 1 up front with 3 strikers on the bench is incredible to me. We look like a team that anyone in that league can take on

Paul (@Paul96256082): Carbon copy of last week against St Johnstone, we need to get in front of sides of this calibre asap then hopefully start to open them up.

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