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Summary

  1. FT: Hibernian 2-2 Celtic (Ambrose, Shaw; Sinclair 2)
  2. Sub Shaw hit Hibs' equaliser
  3. Ambrose's deflected shot reduced deficit
  4. Sinclair's deflected effort made it 2-0
  5. Sinclair fired home opener after Edouard hit post
  6. Celtic now unbeaten in 68 domestic matches

Live Reporting

By Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    FT: Hibernian 2-2 Celtic

    Cheers for now. Thanks for your company today. The second half at Easter Road was quite something. Hibs looked dead and buried but produced a stirring comeback. The hosts could even have snatched it at the end.

    We'll be back with more live football on Tuesday, with Hearts taking on Dundee and Kilmarnock travelling to Ross County.

    Enjoy what's left of your Sunday.

  2. Tune in to Sportscene at 6pm

    FT: Hibernian 2-2 Celtic

    You'll be able to see highlights of today's action from Easter Road on Sportscene at 18:00 GMT on BBC Two Scotland. All yesterday's Premiership games will feature too, with analysis from Michael Stewart and Steven Thompson.

  3. Win would've been undeserved - Lennon

    Hibernian 2-2 Celtic

    Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon, speaking to BBC Scotland: “I’m delighted with the result. I didn’t think the performance was as good as it could’ve been, but we showed tremendous character to come back into the game. We almost could’ve won it, but I think that would’ve been undeserved – almost could’ve lost it as well.

    “First half was OK. They had a lot of the ball, that was fine. Second half for 15-20 minutes we weren’t at it and the subs gave us a little bit of a spark. Once we got the goal we looked very good.

    “There’s an immense amount of pride, also an immense amount of frustration, the basics we can do better at times. I’m thrilled to come back from 2-0 down against a team that normally goes on and wins the game by three and four."

  4. Another McGinn for Hibs?

    FT: Hibernian 2-2 Celtic

    Former Aberdeen and Celtic forward Niall McGinn was in the crowd at Easter Road today. The Northern Ireland international is a free agent after an unhappy spell in South Korea. Might he be considering a switch to Hibs in January?

  5. Celtic should've been out of sight - Rodgers

    FT: Hibernian 2-2 Celtic

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers, speaking to BBC Scotland: “It was a game of the last 15 minutes – I thought we were outstanding for the first 75 minutes, controlled the game, 2-0 up and should’ve been four or five at least, with the chances we had.

    “We’re in control and then we present them with two goals, we don’t defend a corner well enough. Two-nil is a dangerous scoreline and at 2-1 with 15 minutes to go they’ve got a bit of momentum.

    “We’ll certainly reflect on it as two points dropped. But the crime is not that, it’s if you don’t learn from it.

    “We stopped passing the ball at 2-0, maybe we felt like we could go on and get more comfort in the game. It was nothing really that Hibs done in the game, it was more that we stopped playing, passing, and went a bit longer on it. When it goes forward like that it always comes back that bit quicker."

    Scott Sinclair scored both of Celtic's goals at Easter Road
    Image caption: Scott Sinclair scored both of Celtic's goals at Easter Road
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    That's a fifth draw for champions Celtic in 16 league outings, which means they have already dropped more points than they did over the course of last season.

    "Not exactly a crisis," laughs BBC Sportsound host Richard Gordon.

  7. Post update

    FT: Hibernian 2-2 Celtic

    Tom English

    Chief sports writer, BBC Scotland

    Quote Message: The Celtic defence was very shaky once Hibs started to ask questions
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    Former Hibs striker Tam McManus on Twitter: "What an advert for Scottish Football. Thrilling last 20 minutes both teams going at it. Brilliant."

  9. Post update

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    It's the third time Hibs have scored two against Celtic this season and that will please Neil Lennon. It's also the second time Oli Shaw has come off the bench to net against the champions and that will please the Easter Road manager even more. The 19-year-old looks like a real talent. He could have been a real hero if Mikael Lustig hadn't popped up to clear in front of an empty net.

    Hibs striker Oli Shaw had a stoppage-time shot cleared by defender Mikael Lustig
    Image caption: Hibs striker Oli Shaw had a stoppage-time shot cleared by defender Mikael Lustig
  10. Post update

    FT: Hibernian 2-2 Celtic

    "For 70 minutes we ruled the game," Celtic captain Scott Brown tells Sky Sports. "We had a lot of chances and we should be seeing games out from 2-0 up."

  11. Post update

    FT: Hibernian 2-2 Celtic

    Celtic will be disappointed to let a 2-0 lead slip but it could have been a lot worse if Mikael Lustig hadn't cleared that last-gasp shot from Oli Shaw after Craig Gordon's blunder.

    It nudges the unbeaten record on to 68 games.

  12. Post update

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    Celtic move five points clear at the top of the Premiership, with a game in hand, while Hibs remain in fourth spot - three points behind both Rangers and Aberdeen, who they meet on Wednesday and Saturday.

    The champions are at home to Hamilton on Wednesday before a trip to Tynecastle.

  13. Post update

    FT: Hibernian 2-2 Celtic

    For the second time this season, these two play out a thrilling 2-2 draw and, like the first meeting at Celtic Park, it all came to life after the interval.

    The home fans are in good voice after seeing their favourites battle back from 2-0 down.

    Oli Shaw slams in the equaliser for Hibernian
    Image caption: Oli Shaw slams in the equaliser for Hibernian on 79 minutes
  14. FULL-TIME Hibernian 2-2 Celtic

    One last chance for Scott Sinclair to grab his hat-trick but the Celtic winger lashes the last kick of the ball high over the crossbar.

    And breathe... A point apiece.

  15. Post update

    Hibernian 2-2 Celtic

    Almost a winner for Hibs! Craig Gordon comes a long way to gather a high ball but, under no pressure, drops it, like a dozy rugby full-back knocking on. Oli Shaw sends a first-time low shot on target from 20 yards but Mikael Lustig is in the right place to clear up his goalkeeper's mistake.

  16. Post update

    Hibernian 2-2 Celtic

    Some slick play from Hibs but no one can pull the trigger in the box.

  17. Post update

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    We'll get three minutes of stoppage time.

  18. CLOSE!

    Hibernian 2-2 Celtic

    Three Celtic players arrive unmarked to meet Stuart Armstrong's free kick but Dedryck Boyata can't keep his angled header down. What happened to the Hibs defence there? Sleeping.

  19. Post update

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    Sloppy play from Celtic and the home fans want a second yellow card for Dedryck Boyata as the defender's trailing leg upends Dyaln McGeouch. Referee John Beaton is not interested.

    A long wait, then a terrible free kick from John McGinn sails high and wide.

  20. Post update

    Hibernian 2-2 Celtic

    Martin Boyle squirms his way past a couple of opponents and is about to race into wide open space before Olivier Ntcham grabs him round the shoulders and takes a booking for the team.

    The Frenchman is immediately replaced by Stuart Armstrong.