BRENDAN RODGERS reckons Celtic should have been awarded a stoppage-time penalty as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Rangers at Parkhead.
“We aim to win every game and if you can’t win then you take a point and my only disappointment is that it was a penalty at the end.
“Whenever Clint Hill tells me that ‘he got away with it at the end’ then that lets me know that it was a penalty.
“But, like I say, our run continues – we were focused to get the result, we didn’t get the three points, but we will take the point and move onto the next game.
“These types of games are always tense and difficult to play in. I just thought we could have played better and better at controlling the first-half and I was much happier in the second-half.
“But, overall, it probably shows the level the team is at where we are disappointed to not win the game.