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Set-piece woe angers Mowbray
23 Nov 2009 - 11:28:43
Celtic manager Tony Mowbray could not believe his team took nothing from Sunday's visit to Dundee United.
The Bhoys looked to be returning to Glasgow with all three points until the Terrors scored twice in the last seven minutes to seal victory and increase the pressure on under-fire Mowbray.
The former West Brom and Hibernian boss said: "We totally dominated and we didn't get what we deserved from the game but we need to take it on the chin and move on.
"They couldn't get near our goal, never mind score. But credit to them, they were great deliveries from the set-plays.
"We've lost a game that we should never have lost. When we add the bits of quality we can be very successful for a very long time.
"They showed over the 85 minutes today that there was a huge gulf in quality on the pitch but any team can score from a set-play if you don't defend them properly.
"At these times we've got to stick together. Next weekend we'll all be back in it together trying to win a football match."