Naylor takes positives from Tannadice

22 March 2009 05:01
Scott McDonald opened the scoring for the Hoops before Francisco Sandaza grabbed a double for United, but it was Naylor who had the final say with a late equaliser to earn a 2-2 draw.[LNB]With Rangers also being held to a 2-2 draw, against Hearts on Saturday, Celtic were able to maintain their three-point advantage at the summit.[LNB]And Naylor expects plenty more twists and turns to come in the title race.[LNB]He told Setanta Sports: "There are a lot of games left and a lot of points up for grabs.[LNB]"We will go into every game wanting to win the game and get the three points.[LNB]"All the boys are disappointed in the dressing room but, in hindsight, a point is probably a good result."[LNB]When put to Celtic boss Gordon Strachan that the game was a great advert for Scottish football, he told Setanta Sports: "I only hope it's covered in that way.[LNB]"The football does get a negative slant and if there was a negative about that game, someone will find it and play on it.[LNB]"But if you didn't enjoy the result, enjoy the goals, you're warped."[LNB]Celtic may have squandered the opportunity to move five points clear of Rangers.[LNB]But Strachan added: "The way the game went, we are delighted with a point.[LNB]"The performance was good, apart from 20 minutes, and the goals were good.[LNB]"Overall, we are in the same position as we were in the last round of games."[LNB][LNB]

Source: Team_Talk