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Ange Postecoglou delighted at Celtic character in last gasp Saints win as he explains why Jota was taken off

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Ange Postecoglou admitted Celtic shouldn’t have needed their late, late show to kill off St Johnstone but was happy to see that the never-say-die attitude they showed last season is still there if needed.

Giorgos Giakoumakis scored in the last of five minutes of injury time at McDiarmid Park after Alex Mitchell looked to have earned a point for the Perth men with his first senior goal just 70 seconds before the Greek stuck.

Celtic dominated the possession but only had Andy Considine’s own goal to show for it and then had Joe Hart to thank for touching substitute Stevie May’s effort onto the post with Connor McLennan also squandering a golden chance before Mitchell netted.

That looked to have punished the champions for their profligacy but Giakoumakis had the final say and Postecoglou told Sky Sports: “That’s the nature of football.

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