Video – Celtic’s Unique Angle, successfully filling three stands in Perth

CELTIC TV’S Unique Angle video from the 3-1 win over Kilmarnock is now available to view. Goals from Kristoffer Ajer, Odsonne Edouard and Leigh Griffiths secured all three points for the Hoops and with St Johnstone’s Stevie May netting in the closing stages to level up their game against the Rangers, Celtic went 12 points clear and also increased our vastly superior goal difference.

Everyone at Celtic Park- apart from a few hundred visiting supporters – loved the action and enjoyed hearing the score from Perth.

Celtic can now forget about the league for the net couple of matches. It’s the Europa League 2nd leg against Copenhagen on Thursday night and all 60,000 tickets for that one have been snapped up. A word of warning, we drew 1-1 with Cluj in Romania in the Champions League qualifiers and didn’t appear to know how to handle that away goal advantage in the second leg.

The lesson? Put it to one side, go for the win and get to the last 16 when it really will get interesting.

Then on Sunday it’s Celtic’s turn to head back to McDairmid Park – this time in the Scottish Cup quarter finals – to face a St Johnstone side whose form has picked up considerably since Celtic’s visit. Just like that night, we’ll have three stands and we’ll fill them all. Noticed quite a few empty seats in the three away stand yesterday.

Towel chuckers! Here’s the Unique Angle video from Celtic 3 Kilmarnock 1…

And check out the empty seats up at McDiarmid Park yesterday…

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