NIR BITTON insists Celtic will work hard on the mistakes that cost them two points in the 2-2 draw with Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.

Boss Ronny Deila labelled his team “sloppy” after twice throwing away the advantage against the Ayrshire outfit who went into last night’s game against the champions without a point or a goal.aIzerdEzbUvWMsZkAGnW79ISzqSgKTKPRVQmVvRG2n8

And the Israeli international midfielder, who scored the Hoops’ second with a spectacular 30-yard effort, agreed totally with his irate manager.

Bitton said: “Yes, we were sloppy and we need to work on it. We WILL work on it.

“We didn’t play smart, we didn’t play quick. We should have kept the ball and let Kilmarnock run after it.

“But we didn’t do it and when you don’t do it you concede and that’s what happened.

“We created a lot of chances and we missed a lot of chances and their goalie had a great day. I am just disappointed.

“My goal was a great goal, but it doesn’t matter if we lose points.

“We should have finished the game, but that’s what happens when you miss chances.”

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