Well pay the penalty
Another controversial penalty call cost Motherwell the chance to be the first team in over a year to beat Celtic in a domestic fixture.
After a Mikael Lustig own goal had given Motherwell hope of breaking the long 66 game unbeaten run, Callum McGregor went down under a challenge from Andy Rose in front of the visiting Celtic support.
Willie Collum pointed to the spot and Scott Sinclair converted the spotkick to level the game which eventually finished 1-1.
After the match, Rose accused Sinclair of conning the referee into giving the foul.
He said:“It wasn’t a penalty. I’ve seen it back. I’ve planted my leg and he’s ran into me and flopped over.
“Clearly he has played for it. He’s gone down, it’s really soft, and it’s happened to us twice in a week now. When the referee blew his whistle I was shocked. He’s got a tough job but it wasn’t a penalty.
“With two minutes to go it’s a massive decision. People will have different views but there was no intent to bring him down. I planted my leg and he’s gone down. He runs into me and he could have stayed on his feet but didn’t and it’s cost us.
“These are the sort of decisions I doubt we’d get at the other end. We were tremendous.
“Trevor Carson gave one of the best goalkeeping displays I’ve ever seen live so to only get a point is frustrating.”