CELTIC won’t be crowned champions for an eighth successive time this weekend after a plucky Livingston side earned their first-ever league point at Celtic Park.

The West Lothian side, who secured their top-flight status for a second successive season this week, were as well-organised as ever, and had goalkeeper Liam Kelly on form as they left Neil Lennon’s champions-in-waiting a frustrated bunch.

The former Rangers custodian saved in the first half from Ryan Christie and Tom Rogic and even when he fluffed his lines, he found Oliver Burke in forgiving mood.

The on-loan West Brom striker had a gilt edged chance from three yards out after the goalkeeper had fumbled an Odsonne Edouard strike, but the Scotland man inexplicably rolled the ball wide of the post.

Promoted via the play-offs last year, Livingston have now taken points against every other top flight side.