Billy McKay celebrates with his Inverness team-mates after scoring the goal that beat Celtic Photograph: SNS
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Barcelona may have been unable to withstand the ferocity of Celtic on their own patch, but domestically it is an altogether different story. Inverness Caledonian Thistle yesterday became the latest Clydesdale Bank Premier League team to have their way in the East End of Glasgow, a solitary second-half goal from Billy McKay meaning the Parkhead club have won just half of their SPL matches and taken just one of the last nine points available at Parkhead.
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