Celtic equalled a British record that has stood for over 100 years on Saturday, extending their unbeaten domestic run to an incredible 62 games after a 1-1 draw at home to Kilmarnock.
The result is not ideal of course, the Hoops expect to pick up three points in every game they play, but the consistency shown by Brendan Rodgers’ team since he came to the club is nothing short of remarkable.
Jordan Jones ultimately won a point for the away side in a match that Celtic dominated, the equaliser coming after Leigh Griffiths opened the scoring just before half-time.
The Scotland striker finished sublimely from an excellent ball forward from Eboue Kouassi, who was starting just his third match of the season.
The teenage midfielder was in sparkling form throughout, especially in the first half, spreading play expertly and mopping up play in the middle of the park.
Fans, while disappointed with more dropped points this season, were full of praise for the Ivory Coast man. Some are even hoping he now gets an extended run in the team.
They took to Twitter to share their thoughts…
Take a bow Kouassi, Scholes would’ve been proud of that 👏🏻
— Paul Band (@PaulBand67) October 28, 2017
The kid Kouassi is again showing he's a player, hasn't missed a tackle not misplaced a pass, his ball for Griff's goal was stunning 👏
— Yogi The Tim (@JesuisTamBoyd) October 28, 2017
Eboue Kouassi's finest half in a Hoops shirt no doubt, has been impressive from the first whistle.
— A Grand Auld Team (@FritzAGrandAuld) October 28, 2017
Folks still surprised by Kouassi. This guy is the future
— Farkakt Altekaker (@farkakt) October 28, 2017
Kouassi has had absolutely nae luck since he joined, hopefully he can get a run in the team and stay fit. Looks handy
— Christophe de Moray (@onekrismurray) October 28, 2017
Kouassi with the pass of the season.
— Dale McDowell (@DaleMcDowell_) October 28, 2017
Would be good to see Kouassi get a run in the team 🍀🙌
— Brian Vernel (@brianvernel) October 28, 2017
Kouassi has been brilliant in the first half. Our best player by a mile
— Daniel (@Kitson67) October 28, 2017