Video: Celtic TV’s Unique Angle from Celtic 4-0 Aberdeen

A Sunday morning treat from Celtic TV watching Glasgow Celtic putting on a show against Aberdeen yesterday scoring four goals with zero assistance from the match officials to increase our goal difference advantage at the top of the league looking down on theRangers, who of course still trail Celtic by those nine points.

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Reo Hatate of Celtic celebrates after scoring his team’s second goal during the Cinch Scottish Premiership match between Celtic FC and Aberdeen FC at on February 18, 2023. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

In Livingston they got their usual penalty for next to nothing and Livingston got a man sent off for being fouled himself and we can expect more of the same next Sunday at Hampden. But if Celtic maintain our form then not even that is going to matter too much to the outcome.

Celtic during the Invincible season back in 2016/17 dropped eight league points with four draws. This time around Celtic have dropped just five points so far – and none at home – so are on course for the highest points total ever achieved by any Celtic side and also of course the most goals scored in a season.

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Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou arrives prior to the Cinch Scottish Premiership match between Celtic FC and Aberdeen FC at on February 18, 2023. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

This is a remarkable Celtic team and the style of football under Ange Postecoglou is a joy to watch.

Yesterday’s goals from our captain Callum McGregor, a double from Man of the Match and Player of the Year contender Reo Hatate and the icing on the cake with a brilliant finish from Liel Abada was no more than Celtic deserved. Aberdeen got off lightly. Hopefully that won’t be the case a week today against theRangers


Don’t forget there’s some Friday Night Football under the lights this coming Friday when Fran Alonso’s title challenging Celtic side take on theRangers at the Excelsior Stadium in Airdrie with the match only open to Celtic supporters.  Celtic are a point ahead of theRangers at the moment and three behind Glasgow City who we play a week on Sunday, also over at Airdrie.  A win against theRangers takes Celtic to the top of the league and a win the following Sunday will really put Celtic in the driving seat for our first ever SWPL1 Title. Get along and support the team, for  full ticket details click below…COYGIG!

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