Dundee United manager Craig Levein was delighted to see his side hold Celtic to a draw at Tannadice.
Levein was delighted for United goal hero Jon Daly
"The players were excellent and we deserved something," he told BBC Sport. "A lot of teams would have folded at 1-0 down and down to 10 men.
"We played some good stuff in the first half but we lacked a bit of composure in the final third of the park.
"I'm thrilled for Jon Daly. He is tireless up front and a lot of people don't see all the work he does."
Daly scored his first goal for the club since his January move from Hartlepool in the final minute of the match.
However, Levein's joy was tempered by captain Barry Robson's sending off.
Robson appeared to swing an elbow at Lee Naylor, before kicking his opponent then aiming a head-butt at the Celtic defender.
"He has apologised to the rest of the lads for his conduct," Levein said.
"I'm disappointed and he will be too.
"It's not easy to take the fire from a player like Barry but we can't afford to have him sitting in the stands."