The Hoops boss declared himself “relatively happy” with the overall performance of his side in tricky conditions at Parkhead.
“We could have been better on the ball, we weren’t accurate enough, but, having said that, it isn’t easy on that pitch to play fantastic football.
“We were a little bit sloppy at the start in defence, we didn’t get close enough, but at the end of the first-half we got going and got our goal, and I think we controlled the second-half.”
County gaffer Jim McIntyre revealed that ex-Celt Marcus Fraser was sent to hospital with a dislocated shoulder following a challenge on Stuart Armstrong, which led to the defender being replaced in the 82nd minute by Jamie Reckford.
And McIntyre wouldn’t speculate as to whether Fraser is a doubt for the League Cup Final against Hibs at Hampden Park on March 13.
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