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Nigeria international Efe Ambrose was on song for Scottish side Hibernian as they fought from two goals down to draw 2-2  at Easter Road, AOIFootball.com can report.

After a goalless first half, a Scott Sinclair double in the space of four minutes on the hour mark put the Brendan Rodgers’ side in cruise control, before former Celtic defender, Efe Ambrose reduced the deficit in the 76th minute with a close-range finish.

Substitute Oliver Shaw then turned Lewis Stevenson’s cross beyond Craig Gordon three minutes later as Celtic threatened to fall apart.

The result means Celtic has extended their unbeaten league run to 68 games, with Brendan Rodgers’ men reopening a five-point lead over second-placed Rangers while Hibs remain in fourth, three points behind Aberdeen.

Ambrose, who recently opened up on a Super Eagles’ return in the future, had a game rating of 7.6% while also having an impressive passing accuracy of 93.4%, making 4 interceptions and 3 key tackles.

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