Celtic goalkeeper Joe Hart held his hands up to the supporters after a 1-0 defeat by Livingston left them sixth in the cinch Premiership table.
That Hart was Celtic's best player - making excellent stops from Jack Fitzwater and Alan Forrest - was a telling fact from another disappointing away day for the club.
The 74-times capped England international could do nothing about Andrew Shinnie's brilliant first-half finish which earned Livi their first win of the league season and lifted them off the foot of the table.
Celtic fans were given tickets to an away game for the first time since March 4, 2020, when Tom Rogic netted a stoppage-time equaliser at the same venue.
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The travelling fans dominated the full Tony Macaroni Arena like their team controlled possession, with 79 per cent of the ball.
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But Celtic struggled to create clear chances and home goalkeeper Max Stryjek was rarely seriously troubled, with a late stop from Albian Ajeti the only time he was truly stretched.