St Mirren vs Celtic Football: Scores, Results, Reports & Highlights

Celtic experienced their most memorable spread in nearly 12 months as they went down 2-0 at St Mirren.

Imprint O'Hara and Jonah Ayunga's objectives bought a setback, although qualifying wins for Pulse as Ange Postecoglu's highly-replaced group cushioned their lines at Paisley.

The Celtic manager made six improvements to the side in a 1-1 draw with Shakhtar Donetsk The Bosses Association on Wednesday and his group did not leave a mark on trademark quality and power.

The holy men were brilliant in a restrained and powerful execution, ruthlessly profiting from their prospects when they appeared.

O'Hara drives home to the back post from Ryan Strain's cross five minutes before half-time.

Postecoglu featured Jota and Ryo Hatte in detail, yet it had little effect as the heroes struggled to track down a front line.

Moreover, they were soon in hot water as Ayunga walked home a little closely after the guests neglected to manage a long toss from Deccan Gallagher.

Celtic offered nothing today and experienced their most memorable engagement in just shy of a year.

The highest point of the Celtic Stay to Association is clear from the authorities, while the Holy Ones currently climb to an interestingly third place around 2012.