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Celtic's 69-game Unbeaten Run Ends In 4-0 Rout At Hearts

18 December 2017

Rodgers' side had equalled the 100-year record set by Willie Maley's Celtic team after drawing with Kilmarnock, and the manager told the BBC: "First of all, I need to give credit to Hearts".

"We weren't so good today, we made too many mistakes to warrant getting a result".

Sixteen-year-old Harry Cochrane got the party started for the Jambos, and Kyle Lafferty added a deserved second before the break for the hosts.

Ex-Rangers striker Lafferty doubled Hearts' advantage ten minutes later when he ran clean through and drove home off the post.

The Hoops could extend the gap to five points if they win their game in hand.

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Rodgers gathered his players on the Tynecastle pitch at full-time and urged the Scottish Premiership leaders to use the frustration of defeat as fuel for another long unbeaten run.

The last time Celtic lost a game in Scotland the idea of Donald Trump being president of America was still just a joke. To have gone through 69 games and this to be their first defeat; of course it's a sore one when you are beaten like that but they can hold their heads up.

"They have been absolutely unbelievable over those 18 months".

"Our identity as a team is to defend well first of all", the Celtic boss said. It is an exciting group of players, whose technical ability is not in doubt, but Levein admits that, physically, they are not ready for the Ladbrokes Premiership.

There has been a sense that Celtic have been hanging on to their undefeated run by a thread for several weeks now.

Celtic's 69-game Unbeaten Run Ends In 4-0 Rout At Hearts