Celtic, who are currently 9 points clear of Aberdeen, need only one win to secure the title, but they could not find a way to score a second goal against Ross County.
Leigh Griffiths opened the score for Celtic in the 23rd minute from long range. The striker was allowed to run at the defence as the Ross County defenders back off. He tried his luck from long range and gave the lead the Celtic.
Celtic will get an occasion to score another goal when Tom Rogic received an excellent pass from Patrick Roberts. But Rogic managed to miss the target with only the goalkeeper to beat.
After that, it was the turn of Ross County to miss a glorious opportunity, but Boyce could not beat Gordon.
The match was played in a subdued atmosphere where the fans were more interested in campaigning against the board and the players. As such the game struggle to reach any sort of heights and Ross County gradually grew in confidence.
The visitors will get their reward in the 64th minute when Murdoch managed to score an excellent goal to put them level.
Indeed, it was a deserved goal for County who has kept pushing despite going behind. This was a perfect summary of how Celtic has performed during this season as they always remained vulnerable.
The match ended 1-1 with both teams failing to score a winning goal.
Celtic manager Deila has urged his side to focus on the remaining games of the season and ensure that they end the season in style. He conceded that the atmosphere did not help the players, but he said that he understand the fans. He has called for unity and asked the players to enjoy the remaining game of the season.