Celtic defensive rock Christopher Jullien was left feeling “angry” with the Hoops conceding during their thumping of Hamilton Accies.
Hamilton’s Marios Ogkmpoe got the jump on Celtic’s defense to open the scoring and put the Accies in a shock lead.
Luckily, Goals from Odsonne Edouard, James Forrest and Jullien ensured that the champions walked away with all three vital points and soared seven points clear at the top of the table.
The towering Frenchman made it clear after the game that his number one priority in matches is to keep a clean-sheet and any goals he may score should be regarded as a nice bonus.
“It’s not my first aim when I go out on the field though. My first goal is always to get a clean sheet.
“I was really mad about the goal we conceded because it was my player who scored. My goal was only a bonus.
“For sure my goal developed the situation. It was really welcome for the team and I’m very happy about the end result.”
The Celtic stopper did slip up for a split second but even the best players have their moments, the main thing was ensuring the Bhoys got all three points and that was a mission complete.