A dramatic injury-time goal by Kris Commons gave Celtic a 1-1 draw against Scottish Premier League new boy Ross County at Victoria Park.
There were four minutes gone in the second half when Hoops defender Mikael Lustig fouled Mark Corcoran 20 yards from goal and Parkhead goalkeeper Fraser Forster had no chance when Staggies skipper Richard Brittain fired the free-kick high past him and into the net.
It looked like the Highland side would hold on for its first league win over the Glasgow giant but, in the third minute of added time, Commons pounced to tap the ball into the net from close range after County keeper Michael Fraser had spilled a shot from Hoops substitute Tony Watt, who had replaced Lustig.
The home side, which extended its unbeaten run to 37 games, might feel harshly done by and Celtic manager Neil Lennon celebrated the leveller with some gusto, as he now turns his attention to the first leg of its UEFA Champions League play-off against Helsingborg in Sweden on Tuesday evening (Wednesday morning AEST).
Hearts and Inverness fought out a 2-2 draw while the day's other games all ended in 2-1 wins for the away side.
Motherwell won by that scoreline at Kilmarnock, Aberdeen did likewise at St Johnstone and Hibernian also came away from St Mirren with the three points.
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