Chris Sutton laid into Rangers after Steven Gerrard's side effectively handed the title to Celtic as they slumped to their fourth Scottish Premiership defeat of the season.
Celtic earned a last-gasp point away to Livingston, a result which kept their domestic unbeaten run alive.
Livingston had looked like earning an unlikely double against the champions – and an eighth home win in a row – after Scott Robinson and Jon Guthrie cancelled out Callum McGregor's strike.
But Tom Rogic struck to earn the Bhoys a point that edges Neil Lennon's side further clear of Rangers, who were beaten at home by Hamilton Academical.
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"Remarkable night… Celtic show some balls against impressive Livingston to get a point," tweeted former Celtic and Chelsea striker Sutton.
"Rangers lacking balls again and lose at home to Hamilton… the league looks academical now…"
It was the first time in 12 domestic games that Celtic have failed to win and the second time this season that they have been unable to do so at the Tony Macaroni Arena, after losing 2-0 there in October.
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"I thought we were outstanding," said Lennon after the 2-2 draw. "We absolutely battered them in the second half and a draw was the least we deserved.
"The response from the team was everything we expected of them. Some of the speed of the play was breathtaking."
Gers boss Gerrard, meanwhile, says his side are 'shot of confidence and in rut' after David Moyo pounced on Connor Goldson's error to give the Scottish Premiership strugglers a 1-0 win at Ibrox.
It was the fifth time in eight games that Rangers have dropped points.
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"Again, another mistake has cost us," Gerrard told RangersTV. "There was an opportunity tonight.
"Celtic have blinked with one eye but we've blinked with two, which is extremely disappointing.
"We were the better team and created lots and lots of chances but we didn't have the quality to take those. And when that happens, you give the opposition a chance to snatch three points away."
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