Dundee United must’ve thought they had one point in the bag, but Celtic had other ideas as they crushed the comeback, with two late goals.
Leaving United at the bottom of the table.
Sead Haksabanovic scored his first two goals at Celtic, in the first half, either side of a VAR-assisted Steven Fletcher penalty – the Montenegro internationalist probably expected a comfortable closing period when he was substituted off.
But Celtic had to score right at the death after a late Dundee United equaliser, by Dylan Levitt, Sead admitted his nerves were frayed: “I think we all believe here that we can score these late goals. We have done that before so we never stop believing.
“Sitting on the bench I was a bit nervous when they came back to make it 2-2. Of course it is frustrating because when you have scored you hope that has helped the team win.
“But then once we got the goal from Kyogo I was so calm and then Liel scored another. Once again we showed what we are capable of.”