- Matt O’Riley bagged the opener for his ninth league goal of the season so far
- Matt Kennedy grabbed Kilmarnock’s winner with a goal in the dying embers
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Kilmarnock ended Celtic’s unbeaten run in the league with a last gasp Matt Kennedy winner at Rugby Park.
The result means Brendan Rodgers’ side still stay top of the Scottish Premier League, with the gap to rivals Rangers currently sitting at five points, but Kilmarnock move to fifth.
Matt O’Riley opened the scoring after Calum McGregor showed some excellent footwork to force a save out of Will Dennis in the Kilmarnock net.
O’Riley was there to pounce on the lose ball and knotch his ninth league goal of the season so far.
Kilmarnock pushed Celtic hard in the second half and were rewarded for their hard work when former Liverpool defender Nat Phillips turned the ball into his own net.
It took until the 87th minute for Kilmarnock to grab the winner, with Matt Kennedy squeezing home the winner past Joe Hart.
More to follow…
Matt O’Riley opened the scoring for the away side as he pounced on a spilled save by Will Dennis
Matt Kennedy bagged the winner for Kilmarnock as they inflicted the first loss of Celtic’s league season
Brendan Rogers challenged his side to continue their good form in the Scottish Premier League
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