Scott Brown insists players will learn from shock defeat

Brendan Rodgers coach of Celtic looks on during a Celtic training session on the eve of their UEFA Champions League match against Anderlecht at Lennoxtown Training Ground on December 4

"It's been fantastic, every single game since the manager has come in", he said.

The Scotland captain admitted, meanwhile, that the game in general will benefit from having 16-year-olds like Hearts pair Harry Cochrane and Anthony MacDonald exposed to first-team action.

"We just need to make sure we bounce back well and get a good performance and victory".

And with Celtic themselves spending the last few years aiming to bring Scotland's most exciting talents to Parkhead, it seems nearly inevitable that The Hoops will be hot on the trail of the Glasgow-born wonderkid - who started his career in Rangers' youth academy.

"There is always a hurt when you get beaten, especially the way we lost".

"The things we have done have never been done before and probably will never be done again".

Kilmarnock made it back-to-back home wins as they narrowly defeated Motherwell thanks to a Scott Boyd goal.

Craig Levein, the Hearts manager, insists solidarity between the players and supporters had played a huge role in Sunday's memorable 4-0 victory over Celtic. They've been absolutely unbelievable in those 18 months."To go 69 games undefeated, no matter what level or competition, is a remarkable achievement and the players will go down in history because I'm not sure it will be done again".


"Now it is all about Wednesday for us and how we can bounce back".

"On Sunday we didn't play very well as a team."

'Teams will expect they can press us high up the park - and we won't be able to cope with that.

'We will just need to continue doing what we are doing.

After firing a blank against Hearts, 27-year-old Griffiths is expected to be axed in place of Moussa Dembele.

"We will continue to play the same way and go in against Partick Thistle, and get back to the way we know we can play". They pressed us really well, but they also got the ball down and played the way they wanted to.

Brown said: "It is great for Scottish football to have young laddies coming through".

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