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Lennon: Keep record going

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Neil Lennon urged his Celtic players not to "spoil" their tremendous winning run after their 2-0 home win over Dunfermline at Parkhead took them 20 points clear of Rangers at the top of the Clydesdale Bank Premier League.

Amid a night of missed chances, defender Charlie Mulgrew celebrated his first Scotland call-up with a wonderful strike in the first half before substitute James Forrest, on for Emilio Izaguirre, made it number two after the break from close range.

The Hoops extended their domestic winning run to 19 games and 13 in all competitions, equalling a feat achieved by Martin O'Neill's side in 2004, in which Lennon was a lynchpin. However, the Celtic boss revealed he keeps reminding the Hoops class of 2012: "Don't spoil it. Don't let the run get away."

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