Rangers hero spots 'daylight robbery' in late Celtic theatrics as he pulls no punches with scathing verdict
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Celtic got away with a win when they fell below standards against Hibs, according to Rangers legend Kris Boyd.
The former striker was on Sky Sports punditry duty as the Hoops sealed a narrow 2-1 Premiership victory at Easter Road. Two Adam Idah penalties - one in the first 10 minutes and the other in second half stoppage time - were enough to cancel out Dylan Levitt's second half leveller.
Dropped points for the seventh time in the Premiership this season would have allowed Rangers to go clear at the top with their game in hand. Now Celtic are back three ahead and Philippe Clement's men can only go ahead on goal difference.
Boyd was far from impressed though and says the Hoops were a far cry away from the levels they have set over recent years filled with trophies. Next up for them is a tricky Scottish Cup clash away at St Mirren.
He said: "Any game you want to get the three points, but make no mistake Celtic got away with one tonight there is no doubt about that.
"He has come up (Idah) and a lot of people were asking questions of him before he came up but to score to massive penalties the way he did, credit to him.
"When you win the game everything changes around it and you think you were dominant in it, but Celtic were way below the standards they have set over the last two years. It was daylight robbery and they have got away with one tonight."