‘Natural Order Restored at Murrayfield,’ Karma on Celtic Fans TV

The team from Celtic Fans TV were at Murrayfield yesterday to capture the immediate post match thoughts of The Celtic supporters who were clearly delighted with the second half performance that simply blew Craig Levein’s league leaders away.

The final score of Celtic 3 Hearts 0 certainly flattered the Tynecastle outfit and The Celtic support was on top form revelling in yet another Beautiful Sunday.

Brendan Rodgers is now only 90 minutes away fro securing his 7th successive domestic trophy since taking over from Ronny Deila as Celtic manager. He has given no other side a look in when it comes to collecting silverware and long may it continue.

Celtic will face Aberdeen – who beat Rangers 1-0 at the National Stadium – in the Betfred Cup Final at the start of December and this time Celtic will be playing at Hampden.

Here’s Celtic Fans TV post match reaction video from Murrayfield…one of the comments says Natural Order has been Restored. Karma’s a right bitch, Craig!

“Full-time reaction from Murrayfield where Celtic secured our place in a 5th domestic cup final in a row with a resounding 0-3 victory over Aberdeen.

“A scrappy 1st half was followed by a fluent 2nd half performance from the Hoops and goals from Scott Sinclair, James Forrest and Ryan Christie sealed the win.

“Again, we could have a few more but for a cracking goal line clearance and a couple of good saves from Zlamal.

“We will face Aberdeen at Hampden on 2 December for a 7th domestic trophy in a row.”

Also on The Celtic Star and clicking on these links helps this site enormously…

‘Blue Monday for some after a truly Beautiful Sunday,’ David Potter’s day at Murrayfield…See HERE

‘He is a fantastic player, definitely one we’d love to keep,’ Rodgers on Ryan…See HERE.

Jim Craig – Bobby Lennox wins the League Cup for Celtic…See HERE

Sheep shock Steven Gerrard as Rangers are beaten at Hampden…See HERE

“Ryan Christie had a sensational individual performance,” Rodgers…See HERE

Broken Hearts as Celtic dish out Capital Punishment…See HERE.

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