Lee Johnson 'not happy' with Hibs performance against Rangers despite another late show
But red cards for John Lundstram and Alfredo Morelos gave Hibs a route back in which they took despite leaving it late.
Speaking after a breathless, incident-filled encounter at Easter Road Johnson said: "I’m not happy, we need to do more.
"We've got spirit and fitness but I want to deliver to these fans high-tempo, front-foot football.
"In the first half we didn't and in the second we did. What we need is a complete performance.
"We’ve picked up a point against one of the Old Firm teams by being aggressive; if that's not proof we need to press aggressively, I don't know what is.”
Johnson branded his team’s first-half performance ‘really poor’, adding: “I envisaged a much better, more aggressive, front-foot performance.
"We didn’t lay a glove on Rangers in the first half.
"We had a biblical team talk at half-time to get us going and the boys delivered in the second half and that was what created the incidents: the equaliser, good pressure, good counter-attack,
"Lundstram's sending off was probably a yellow; a tactical foul in my eyes, but I didn't think it was a penalty, and Rocky Bushiri should have had one in the first half.
"If there’s VAR their penalty is 50/50 and I think Bushiri’s was 85/15, when he was dragged down in the first half.
"I have no idea what VAR would give in the Morelos scenario.
"There were a lot of incidents, but we created that by our pressure in the second half.”
Johnson had words of praise for Campbell – ‘a fantastic finish from a player who I believe is growing in stature’ – and also for Marijan Čabraja, who played 60 minutes despite only returning from his father’s funeral in Croatia on Friday.
"Amazing effort, amazing resilience, amazing character – he pulled the lads together in the dressing-room afterwards to thank them for all the support he's had. These situations bring you together closer as a Hibs family.”