Last Updated: Mon, 18 Mar 2013 14:49
Neil Lennon has called on his Celtic defence to tighten up after they had to come from behind to defeat Aberdeen 4-3 at the weekend.
The Hoops remain 15 points clear of Motherwell at the top of the SPL table but Lennon is alarmed to see his side ship 29 goals so far this season and he is demanding an improvement.
"I expect the quality players we have to eradicate those mistakes quickly," he said. "We can't keep conceding goals and expect us to go and score three and four at the other end.
"So, considering the last two seasons defensively in the league when we were very good - I think we lost 21 and 22 goals - we are not as good this season.
"Maybe that's because we have lost some experienced centre-halves in (Glenn) Loovens and (Daniel) Majstorovic, but it is an area that we will look to improve on between now and the end of the season."
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