Celtic made it ten wins in a row as they beat Ross County 4-1 and maintained pole position in the race for the Scottish Premiership.
A first-half double from Ryan Christie and goals from Tom Rogic and Mikey Johnston in the second-half were enough to warm the hearts of Hoops fans everywhere despite the bitterly cold conditions.
Neil Lennon surprised everyone again with a show of faith in Lewis Morgan up front, Odsonne Edouard still to recover from his “niggle” and Leigh Griffiths not yet match fit, although the later did make an appearance off the bench
After enduring a small, domestic sticky patch against Livingston and Hibernian, Celtic have returned to the form that saw them sweep all of Scottish football aside for the last three seasons.
Should Neil Lennon play a weakened team to face Hamilton?
Celtic fans took to Twitter to celebrate maintaining their grip at the top of the league after another impressive performance.
Great result! Well chuffed with Taylor’s performance, solid left back player. Champions’s style 🍀💚
— LouMun 67 ⚽️🍀🏴 (@lfmunro) December 1, 2019
Yes Bhoys 3 points in the bag.
Great way to finish off the weekend👏💚🍀
— Celtic 4 life (@Celtic12227908) December 1, 2019
Great win! Mon the hoops ⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️☘️🍀💚
— Angus Walsh (@WalshAngus) December 1, 2019
Another win that wasn’t narrow by any means, could’ve been more, but 3pts is all we ask. No euro hangover. Would be good if we could get a decent turnout against Accies on Wed rather than the Twitter Panic CSC. See some of you on Wednesday, come along, we welcome the chase 🍀
— Daniel (@DannyMax1888) December 1, 2019
Well done Bhoys 🍀👍
— Mark Traynor (@bigt1980bhoy) December 1, 2019
Won 10 games in a row, announce 10 titles in a row
— Chloe P (@ChloeP_01) December 1, 2019
Celtic should have an easy fixture in mid-week against Hamilton whilst Glasgow rivals Rangers face the long trip to Aberdeen prior to the first final of the season, Lennon is in the enviable position of being able to rest key players again as he keeps them fresh for next Sunday as he attempts to secure the first “10-in-a-row”.