Stephen Craigan has his say about Celtic's run

BT Sports and Motherwell coach Stephen Craigan has his say on how Celtic performed against Hibs in the 2-2 draw.
Celtic went into the match 67 domestic games unbeaten that was nearly finished, after former Stenhousemuir loanee Oli Shaw nearly scored at the death, to make it 3-2, if it wasn’t for Lustig’s goal-line clearance, it would have ended the invincible run.
Craigan says;
“Celtic’s bandwagon rolls on after the 2-2 draw at Hibs on Sunday, but below the surface is there a problem brewing?
“For the third game in a row, Leigh Griffiths sat idle on the Celtic bench and had to watch Odsonne Edouard and Moussa Dembele chase the glory and goals.”
He then went on to explain how Griffiths won’t enjoy being third fiddle,
“Brendan Rodgers seems to have banished Griffiths to the role of third-choice striker and that’s not something he will enjoy.
“Strikers are very precious and enjoy being in the limelight, so more than anything, Griffiths’ ego will be taking a battering at the minute.
“However, he has been here before and he’s bounced back before, so he will see this as a test of his resolve.
“Goalscoring is his forte and there are very few better than him at it, so don’t write him off just yet – he’ll likely prove you wrong!”
When will Celtic’s run end?