CRAIG GORDON ignored an impeccable personal performance against Dundee to admit he was frustrated by the goalless scoreline at Dens Park last night.
The Celtic goalkeeper made several excellent saves, but said: “We’re disappointed we never got the three points.
“We had a very good chance in the first-half with Leigh Griffiths, but Scott Bain made a very good save. After that, we tried hard to win the game.
“We certainly threw a lot of bodies forward and tried to do that and the game was very open as a result, but we just couldn’t score.
“Leigh’s the main one who scores most of our goals, but we scored three goals without him against Hearts at the weekend, so there are other people who’re capable of scoring goals. Unfortunately, we just couldn’t come up with one against Dundee.
“There are still plenty of points to play for, so it was never finished. We still have to go out there and win matches between now and the end of the season. We didn’t lose on Tuesday night, but obviously we had gone to Dens Park looking for all three points.
“The manager wants us to keep our heads up and go again for the next one and not to get too disappointed.
“We’ve still got a lot of points to play for, so we can’t dwell too much on a 0-0, so we’ll get ready for the next game against Motherwell on Saturday.”