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Didier Agathe curled in a percentage ball from the right flank, Sutton got the faintest of touches and Hartson pounced on Andrews' fallibility to shoot beyond an exposed Klos.
Celtic misfit Juninho has urged the club to let him leave during the transfer window as he continues to find himself out in the cold.
The Brazilian schemer moved to Parkhead last summer from Middlesbrough but has failed to convince Martin O'Neill he is worthy of a first -team place.
He was omitted from The Bhoys' starting line-up in last weekend's Old Firm clash with Rangers in the Scottish Cup, and that appears to have been the final straw for the 31-year-old.
He insists he now wants to leave the SPL outfit as soon as possible and kick-start his stuttering career elsewhere.
"The manager has had chances to play me but it hasn't happened," he told the Daily Record. "That's why I feel out of his plans.
"If that is the case then this is the opportunity for me to go.
"If I have no future at Celtic it makes sense for me to go because they can use my wages to spend on players the manager wants.
"But I can't understand why I am in this situation.
"When a manager brings new players to the club he gives that player support.
That's what disappoints me most. Since I came here I have never had his support - that's the way I see it.
"I was very excited when I came here. The supporters were excited as well.
" That's why I don't understand what has happened - there are a lot of questions without answers."
Motherwell boss Terry Butcher has expressed delight at turning Kevin McBride's loan spell at the club into a permanent arrangement.
The 23-year-old midfielder impressed during a loan spell at Fir Park from Celtic and Butcher was able to persuade his Bhoys counterpart Martin O'Neill to allow the move to be made permanent.
"Kevin is now officially a Motherwell player and it is a great boost for us and the lad because he's had a bit of a rollercoaster ride for us," said Butche
Celtic manager Martin O'Neill remains upbeat that Bobo Balde will sign a new contract at Parkhead.
Balde is out of contract at the end of the season and reports had suggested he had rejected The Bhoys' latest offer.
Both parties have been in discussions regarding a fresh deal and O'Neill confirmed that the talks had not reached an impasse.
Celtic have taken Finnish international Henri Scheweleff on trial.
The 21-year-old forward has been in impressive form for his club side Tampere United and a number of clubs have been taking an interest.
He trained with Italian outfit Lecce in December and Swedish side Orgryte were also keen, but Celtic have now made their move.
Scheweleff will train with The Bhoys for the coming week and will hope to land a permanent switch to Parkhead.
Celtic manager Martin O'Neill has admitted that he could lose Bobo Balde to an English club.
The Guinea international is out of contract in the summer and is now in a position to negotiate a pre-contract with other clubs.
Celtic are still trying to convince him to stay, but O'Neill concedes clubs south of the border have deep pockets.