Alan Brazil admits his beloved Celtic are 'sliding' amid their ongoing title fight with Rangers.

The radio host is worried about how 'bang average' Brendan Rodgers' side currently is after he watched on as the champions narrowly defeated Hibernian 2-1 last night.

Adam Idah scored twice from the spot both early and late in the game to re-open a three-point gap over Rangers at the top of the table.

Dylan Levitt had equalised for Hibs, who looked well worthy of a point before the Hoops were awarded a late spot-kick.

Brazil has fears that all is not quite right at his club. While the win did please him, he admits he went to bed baffled after watching the Hoops' poor performance.

He said on talkSPORT breakfast: "I decided to go to Easter Road with the remote. Talk about frustrating. Celtic were bang average, let me tell you, I mean bang average.

"I don't know what is or isn't a penalty anymore. When i first saw it, I thought 'no, it's in the box and he's got his shot away', I don't know anymore.

"The reason for (the wild celebrations) is Rangers have come from nowhere. Celtic have got to play them at Ibrox in April. There is no doubt about it, Celtic are sliding. They have got to pick themselves up. There is something wrong there.

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"I am not trying to make excuses, and I am not trying to make it hard for Brendan, something is not right.

"Hibs, for me, had most of the game. Celtic, I thought, would control the midfield, but they didn't. If anyone was going to win it was them then Celtic had a bit of luck. I was baffled going to bed. I don't know if it's all down to Brendan but the way they celebrated the winner shows there is a lack of confidence at the moment.

"Drawing with Aberdeen, then looking like drawing again last night, I don't know. There is something wrong, they have got to figure it out and fix it. Last night was very tough."