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Match Statistics

Killie Celtic

No. of Shots

8 11

Shots on Target

3 7

Possession

43% 57%

Fouls Conceded

11 5

Corners Won

4 11

Discipline

Goals N/A

Rogic (90)

 

Killie Team

Jamie MacDonald, Lee Hodson , Mark O'Hara, Conrad Balatoni, Lee Ashcroft, Rory McKenzie, (Aaron Splaine 54) Julien Faubert, Greg Kiltie, Gary Dicker, Kallum Higginbotham, Kris Boyd, (Tope Obadeyi 70)
Subs Not Used: Conor Brennan, Adam Frizzell, Craig Slater, Kevin McHattie, 

Man of the Match Vote

 

Match Report

Unknown @ Rugby Park

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A freak last-minute strike from Tom Rogic gave Celtic a precious victory against Kilmarnock. Both sides had chances to win with Killie's Kris Boyd testing keeper Craig Gordon and Celtic's Erik Sviatchenko having a header cleared off the line. But it was disappointment in the end for Lee Clark, who had watched his struggling side defend valiantly.

 

Comments

Lee Clark:

"The hardest one (the result) I have had to take If there was a team that deserved to win the game, it has to be us, without a shadow of a doubt, We certainly didn't deserve to lose. I am just absolutely devastated to lose the game. You can see all aspects of our game have improved, and we were very good without the ball. But a team in our predicament needs points. They couldn't have given any more or played any better. I wouldn't have thought there was a better all-round team performance all season. It is galling to lose the game. The only crumb of comfort was it was a wonder goal that won it for them - it was unstoppable. We will stay up, no problem, I have got no doubt about that. We will stay in the league, and we will go on to bigger and better things once we do that."

 

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