Video: Access All Areas of Clyde Win

Celtic confirmed their progress to the Quarter Finals of the Scottish Cup following a routine win over Clyde at Broadwood Stadium in Cumberland on Sunday. The club have released the Access All Areas footage as the holders downed Danny Lennon’s side to set up a Last 8 tie away to St Johnstone.

The Access All Areas footage gives supporters to see what happens behind the scenes on a match day from the minute that they arrive to the minute the ref blows the final whistle. It really is a great feature that allows supporters further access to the players.

First half goals from Olivier Ntcham and Scott Brown pushed Celtic into what appeared to be an unassailable 2-0 half time from the League 1 team. Bayo got himself on the scoresheet shortly before Bobby Madden blew the final whistle to complete the score.

On a day where there were constant reminders of the 2006 upset caused at the same stadium versus the same opponents, Celtic appeared unfazed by their last trip to Broadwood as Neil Lennon’s men put in a professional performance to down Danny Lennon’s side.

Despite the chaos caused by Storm Ciara, Celtic managed the game well, looking resilient and competent against a well-drilled side.

Here are the highlights, courtesy of Celtic TV’s Behind the Scenes footage.

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