The Hoops extended their lead at the top of the Scottish Premier League table to 19 points, as second-placed Motherwell lost to Dundee United, but Lennon feels they were hard done by in the 1-1 draw as Nigel Hasselbaink cancelled out Efe Ambrose’s first-half opener.
“It’s a travesty we haven’t won the game – the first half alone could have won us two games,” said Lennon.
“We created chance after chance. The football, the pace and movement was a joy to watch.
“The first 45 minutes is the best we have played in my time here – and on a gluepot of a pitch, too.
“We cut them open at will and if it wasn’t for their keeper Alan Mannus it could have been 6-0 at half-time. He had one of those nights and I need to tip my hat to him.
“We looked a quality side and I’m scratching my head at how we failed to win. We should have been out of sight.
“But Motherwell lost and we have gained a point in the championship, so it’s not been a bad night overall.
“Our attitude was good and the football was excellent. We are still on a really good run and the consistency is excellent.”