We stopped playing - Rodgers
Manager Brendan Rodgers believes Celtic let-off Hibernian lightly at Easter Road.
The hosts scored twice late on to rescue a 2-2 draw following a couple of rapid second-half goals from Scott Sinclair giving their opponents a clear advantage. The Hoops are therefore five points clear at the top of the table with a game in hand.
"It was nothing really that Hibs did in the game," Rodgers told BBC Scotland. "It was more that we stopped playing, passing and went a bit longer on it. But we have to ensure we learn from it and ensure it doesn't happen again.
"It was a game of the last 15 minutes. I thought we were outstanding for the first 75 minutes, controlled the game, 2-0 up and should've been four or five at least with the chances we had," he added. "We'll certainly reflect on it as two points dropped, but the crime is not that, it's if you don't learn from it."