Ryan Christie says no Celtic players are panicking after a 2-1 defeat at Kilmarnock on Sunday and is confident the squad have the quality to get back to the top of their game. confirmed their worst start to a Ladbrokes Premiership season Celtic went into Sunday’s clash at Rugby Park off the back of a narrow 1-0 home victory over Rosenborg in their Europa League Group B opener on Thursday. The Hoops were 1-0 ahead at the break courtesy of Leigh Griffiths’ opener but, unlike previous years where the Bhoys would have taken control, they were pegged back as Chris Burke levelled the scores. Former Celtic youth defender Stuart Findlay then headed in a dramatic added-time winner, handing Kilmarnock a 2-1 win whilst confirming the defending champions’ worst start to an SPL campaign. Brendan Rodgers’ side have amassed only 10 points from six league games ahead of the Scottish League Cup quarter-final against St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park on Wednesday night, where Christie hopes to get back on track. “It is just about belief and togetherness. We know we have got that,” he said. “We are starting to come under a bit of scrutiny, but that is when you start
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