sport news Ange Postecoglou admits that Celtic need to be more clinical after an ...

sport news Ange Postecoglou admits that Celtic need to be more clinical after an ...
sport news Ange Postecoglou admits that Celtic need to be more clinical after an ...
'It's probably the area we need to improve the most': Ange Postecoglou admits that his attacking players need to become much more clinical after Celtic lost their Scottish Premiership opener to new boys Hearts John Souttar's late header gave Celtic the worst possible start to the campaign Ange Postecoglou admitted they should have been more organised for the goal The Hoops boss also feels his team have been profligate at the other end  Robbie Neilson said the 5,000-plus crowd at Tynecastle were key to the win The Hearts manager also praised Souttar after a difficult few years with injury 

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Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou told his attacking players to help out his makeshift defence after they fell to a 2-1 defeat against Hearts in their cinch Premiership opener.

The Hoops followed their Champions League exit with another major blow as John Souttar headed home unchallenged from an 89th-minute free-kick past a stranded Scott Bain.

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Gary Mackay-Steven had given Hearts an early lead as debutant Carl Starfelt endured a torrid opening spell, and his centre-back partner Nir Bitton failed to spot the danger of Souttar from Michael Smith's free-kick.

Ange Postecoglou admitted that his side should have been more organised for Hearts' winner

Ange Postecoglou admitted that his side should have been more organised for Hearts' winner

John Souttar's header blew the roof off Tynecastle as the newly promoted side claimed victory

John Souttar's header blew the roof off Tynecastle as the newly promoted side claimed victory

But Postecoglou felt his side should have been out of sight by then, only for Hearts to get back into the game after finally recovering from Anthony Ralston's 54th-minute equaliser.

When asked about the winner, the Australian said: 'I have got to have a look at it again. It's a set piece where we should be organised. 

'We kind of knew that was

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