Date: 18th January 2014 at 11:01pm
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Manager Neil Lennon was full of praise for his Celtic side following their 3-0 home victory against Motherwell.

“That’s the best we’ve played at home in the league this season” – Neil Lennon

Kris Commons’ brace and a Stephen McManus own-goal helped to end the visitors recent excellent run despite Anthony Stokes later being sent-off – a decision Lennon regarded as “harsh”.

“That’s the best we’ve played at home in the league this season,” Lennon told BBC Scotland. “Coming off the back of the break, I was worried they might be a bit rusty, but the first-half performance was fantastic.

“I’ve got to give credit to Motherwell. They made a game of it,” he admitted. “They were positive and it made the afternoon an entertaining game to watch, the supporters were fantastic and it was a great crowd today. All round, it’s been a very good day.”

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