While Glasgow Celtic boss Neil Lennon was not worried of dropping points last week, he might have another tone starting the week and heading for the international break. Last weekend saw Celtic drop points in otherwise dominant effort at Hibernian, but this time the performance was far from the expected at Livingston. Celtic got their retribution midweek against CFR Cluj, the Romanian side that knocked them off from the Champions League qualifications, in a 2-0 home victory at Parkhead. A go-ahead goal from prolific youngster Odsonne Edouard, who has scored five goals in seven Premiership games as well, and the insurance goal scored by summer acquisition Mohamed Elyounoussi led Celtic to the 1st place in their Europa League group with four points. After the usual commanding performance against Cluj, the Celtic were massive favorites on their road game against Livingston. The odds hovered in the region of 1.25, so it was 80% probability for an away win. But it was a let-down from start to finish for the Celtic fans and management alike. The game started off with a wrong foot for the visitors and it was the home team creating better chances from the whistle. Physical and hard-handed mentality
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