PENALTY-KICK culprit Leigh Griffiths missed his FOURTH spot-kick of the season in the 2-1 win over Motherwell at Fir Park.
And the Celtic striker admitted goalkeeper Craig Gordon is more likely to be asked to step up before he is asked to take another one.
Griffiths, who scored two goals to take his season’s total to a remarkable 37, said: “The first chance I had was the penalty and I’ll never hit another one like that again in my life.
”There’s Kris Commons around and I reckon Craig would be ahead of me when we get another one.”
Asked if he was off penalty-taking duties now, the international hitman, who scored his first goal in four games against ‘Well, answered: “Yeah, one million per cent.”
He added: “It was a massive result for us. We knew that Aberdeen dropped points last night, so it was important that we capitalised on that.
“Motherwell made it difficult for us, but over the 90 minutes we deserved it.”
Griffiths finished the game with 10 attempts at the Motherwell goal with the Hoops having a total of 25 over the 90 minutes.
Leigh also took to social media to tweet;
“My penalty taking is shocking.
“Massive win for us and good to be back scoring.
“Fans were incredible. On to next week now.”