Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers feels his team were robbed of three points by bad refereeing as they drew 1-1 with Rangers in the Scottish Premiership on Sunday.
Celtic's dream of a fourth victory over rivals Rangers this season were dashed at the death as Clint Hill scrambled home a late leveller.
"We've been questioned by pundits all week - "we're going to be weak" and all this garbage", Hill was quoted as saying by BBC Sport after the match.
'It shows what they can achieve if they stay together and execute things.
"It's a hard environment, but two outstanding saves from Craig Gordon or it could have been more".
"It's his opinion. If he's being honest with that then you respect it, if not and he's trying to get a few bites out of people then I'm sure he's getting them". It was about time they got their rewards because they haven't had many of late and it's a nice way to finish off.
"This could be a seminal watershed moment in my life because that there was full of so many emotions, I was up, I was down, I was angry, I was sad and at the end I was really elated for the players."
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"But the opportunity to stand on the touchline is something that you can't ever take for granted so I thank the board again for that."
The camera zoomed into Hill and Miller and eagle-eyed viewers noticed the Celtic ball girl sitting behind the goal produced a very amusing reaction.
He said on Sky Sports 1: "It's a gamble". It was disappointing we conceded a goal.
The 46-year-old now looks set to quickly agree a deal with Rangers but he is unlikely to be in the dugout for Sunday's clash at Celtic Park.
'These types of games are always tense and hard games to play in.
"It's down to other teams to go and prove that they are the best at Parkhead".