The Glasgow Derby is done and dusted for now and although Celtic didn’t play particularly well or to their usual high standards I should say, Postecoglou’s side left Ibrox with a title winning point that secures the club keep their 9 point lead in the league.

Before the game, Chris Sutton stated that there is a huge need for better technology regarding VAR to allow the big decisions to get called correctly.

We know as Celtic fans that decisions haven’t went our way since the implementation of VAR, not just the Hoops but other club’s in the league with the exception of Sevco.

Jonny McFarlane of the Rangers Review got his back up slightly at Chris Sutton mentioning VAR before a Glasgow Derby, how dare Sutton point the obvious eh?

After the 2-2 draw Sutton retweeted back at McFarlane’s comment stating pretty much he wasn’t wrong and that VAR had a massive impact on the game for both sides.

Sevco managed to get their most controversial penalty of the season as Carl Starfelt completely misses Fashion Sakala for the Sevco player only to stand on the defender’s foot and slip.

At the other end of the pitch, Celtic were denied a penalty claim that still confuses us all to why is wasn’t given, the ball clearly hits off Goldson’s hands which were in an unnatural position.