Well, there we have it. You can see the best bits of the game on Sportscene at 18:00 on BBC Two Scotland and on BBC One Scotland at 23:00. We'll also have the highlights of Saturday's Premiership matches on our website at 18:00 and the Old Firm highlights at midnight. Thanks very much for joining us at BBC Scotland today.
- Celtic move 25 points clear; need six more points for title
- Rangers now 8 points adrift of Aberdeen, 33 behind Celtic
- Hill taps home equaliser after Hyndman shot parried by Gordon
- Foderingham save denies Armstrong second goal
- Stuart Armstrong gives Celtic the lead
- Gordon saves from Waghorn when goalless
- Celtic won three previous derbies this season
When you're used to winning, a draw can feel like a defeat...
Jason Holt appeared to take an arm to the face in an off-the-ball clash with Scott Brown in the first half. Much later in the game he incensed Celtic players and fans with this challenge on Patrick Roberts, where he won the ball with his left leg but caught him in a scissor motion with his right.
Graeme Murty tells Sky Sports : "I am so proud of the players and I want to pay a load of compliments to them. Craig Gordon made two magnificent saves, I thought we deserved that goal.
"I said to the players that it will need a lot of belief to come here. We had to continue to believe and stay together and I thought the goal encapsulated that and I couldn't be prouder of them.
"The lads know what people have been saying about them so I said that they needed to take a full part in this game and that they can make a real good statement about where they can go from here and they did that today.
"It shows what they can achieve if they stay together and execute things. It was about time they got their rewards because they haven't had many of late and it's a nice way to finish off.
"It was great for me and I really enjoyed the experience. I want to thank the fans and players again because they have been fantastic for me."
What a moment for Clint Hill...
John Harris : Shows you the difference. Celtic were hopeless today and still get a point against a team who probably had their best performance of the season.
James Robb :Celtic were terrible today, stone wall penalty at the end.
Robert O'Donnell: Draw written all over it. Some terrible performances from Celtic today.
Graeme Murty is a picture of clenched-fist delight at Clint Hill's dramatic late goal. One suspects Brendan Rodgers was thinking differently.
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers: "It felt like a defeat a little bit, especially conceding in the 87th minute, but I'm proud of the team, they battled really hard. On a difficult pitch I felt we weren't as fluent as usual in the first half. We were passing backwards and sideways instead of forwards. We made a change at half time and I thought we had much better control in the second half and we looked like we were going to go on and score more goals. It was disappointing we conceded a goal. We left a gap and the boy got a shot away but we don't get a clear penalty at the other end. Clint Hill said on the pitch to me that he got away with that. It's very disappointing that with four officials they don't see that because it looked a clear penalty. When you concede late on it feels like a loss but in the next couple of days we will realise we have kept our run going and we are still unbeaten."
Celtic midfielder Stuart Armstrong tells BBC Radio Scotland: "It says a lot about our season so far and how well we have been doing that coming away with a draw feels like a loss. But we need to keep our perspective and remember where we are and how well we are doing. We are still on a good run of form and we need to keep that going. It is very disappointing to lose a goal so late on but we will stay very confident for the rest of the campaign."
Much is made of Clint Hill and his advancing years (he's 38) but he played an important part in keeping Moussa Dembele quiet, made lots of aggressive tackles, scored the equaliser for the Light Blues and denied Leigh Griffiths, controversially, in the dying minutes with a saving challenge.
Some Celtic reaction from scorer Stuart Armstrong and manager Brendan Rodgers coming your way...
Rangers look to have got off the hook as the match entered injury time when Clint Hill brought down Leigh Griffiths in the penalty box. The referee Bobby Madden wasn't well placed to make the call but it looked like Hill had fouled Griffiths before the Gers scorer made contact with the ball.
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Rangers deserved their point for fight and passion alone. Their pressing spooked Celtic and Brendan Rodgers' side looked off their game at times. Too many big players had poor performances. It's a point for both but it feels very much like a victory for Rangers.
Former Celtic goalkeeper
Mark Warburton had a philosophy that he wanted to build from the back but I don't think he had the players to do that.
Clint Hill tells Sky Sports: "We've been questioned by pundits all week - 'we're going to be weak' and all this garbage."
Martyn Waghorn : "It's disappointing we conceded the goal but great character from the boys. It's all about building on what we achieved today. It's disappointing for myself that I had two one-on-ones. But there was work rate, determination and we showed what a great set of lads we've got."
Colm Kilbane : Draw was a fair result. Too many players had terrible games for Celtic.
Robert O'Donnell : Draw written all over it. Some terrible performances from Celtic today
Theresa McGrath : But still undefeated
Former Celtic goalkeeper
Celtic's passing was poor in the final third after good build-up play. Dembele and Sinclair weren't really at it today. I worried for Rangers a little bit in the second half, but they put in a very good performance in the last 10 minutes to give them heart for the Scottish Cup semi-final.
BBC Scotland football pundit Derek Ferguson: "Rangers look a better-organised side under Graeme Murty than they did under Mark Warburton. When he first took the job he looked like a fish out of water. But today he looked so comfortable down there. He is bowing out with a point against a very good Celtic Park."
Celtic are 25 points clear of second-place Aberdeen and are still 33 points ahead of Rangers. Brendan Rodgers' side need only six more points to make certain of the league title.
Rangers earn a point at Celtic Park in Graeme Murty's final match as interim manager. Their oldest rivals end their run of 22 league wins in a row.
Clint Hill is the Rangers hero as he stoops to head Leigh Griffiths' goal-bound shot away from the target. They're hanging on, Rangers.
There are three minutes of added time.
Leigh Griffiths is furious that he did not win a penalty as Clint Hill, the Rangers scorer, pulls him back inside the box, then brings him down to the turf with a challenge as the Celtic striker tries to shoot. Bobby Madden waves play on.
Emerson Hyndman's piercing drive is parried to the right by Craig Gordon and in slides Clint Hill, 39 on his next birthday, to knock the ball home from inside the six-yard box. The travelling fans are delirious.
Moussa Dembele jinks his way through a few challenges deep in the Rangers box and is close with a shot-come-cross.
Michael O'Halloran comes on for the last seven minutes for Rangers. Martyn Waghorn is the man who is subbed.
Craig Gordon is booked for remonstrating with the ref about Holt's tackle on Roberts.
Jason Holt's last contribution to the game - he's now off for Harry Forrester - was to slide in and dispossess sub Patrick Roberts out on the left, turn and curl a shot a foot or so past Craig Gordon's left-hand post. The Celtic players are furious that Holt was not penalised for the tackle - he scooped the ball brilliantly with his left foot but his right leg came round in a dangerous scissor motion behind Roberts' legs.
Scott Brown picks up his 14th booking of the season with a barge on Martyn Waghorn.
Ah, dear. James Tavernier is horribly wayward with his free-kick from 25 yards. It's high...horrible...and wayward. And it's mocked by the Celtic fans.
Callum McGregor's final ball ends a passage of slick passing by Celtic and Rangers can breathe more easily. They have 15 minutes to find a leveller.
Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths comes on for Stuart Armstrong, who is cheered off the pitch by the home fans.
Rangers enjoy a period of possession and win a corner down on the right. James Tavernier's delivery is disappointing but in the next attack by the visitors Martyn Waghorn swivels on to Kenny Miller's cross from the left only for the quickly advancing Craig Gordon to save with his feet. That was a much harder chance for Waghorn to dispatch. Good save again by Gordon.
Stuart Armstrong's fizzing, curling shot from 25 yards is parried superbly by Wes Foderingham. Moussa Dembele chases after the ball and goes down under a challenge by James Tavernier but the referee waves away the claims for a penalty.
Celtic are dominating the match now but they are only one goal to the good. Rangers just need one chance.
Celtic are turning on the style with their passing and movement. Kieran Tierney just fails to get a cross in as he overlaps from his left-back berth and gets in behind the Gers back line. Rangers are offering little by way of attack now.