Video: Watch Celtic TV’s Unique Angle coverage of Portimonense win

Celtic have released Unique Angle footage of our 4-1 victory over Portimonense today as Brendan Rodgers’ side got their first win under the new boss. The Hoops made up for their previous stalemate through the week to turn up the heat on our opponents today in the sweltering heat of the Algarve.

With goals from Reo Hatate, Liel Abada, Ben Summers and Oh Hyeon-gyu, the team cruised to a well-deserved win this morning. Many of the players will be looking to impress the new manager and some have already as Joe Hart saved a penalty during the fixture earlier today which is something of a rarity from the big number one.

Rodgers has been impressed with the attitude and tempo of the training he has seen from his new team this week, and reserved particular praise for returning Scotland international’s Callum McGregor and Greg Taylor – the latter whom you can read all about on The Celtic Star, as he spoke to Celtic TV in the aftermath of the match.

With the room for more work to be done ahead of our campaign opening on 5 August against Ross County, a trip to Asia and the country of Japan is on the horizon for Rodgers and his new set of players. There’s also the not so insignificant issue of recruitment to see resolved as the club sit on a healthy transfer budget this summertime, following a very healthy set of financial results.

In the meantime, watch Celtic TV’s Unique Angle coverage of today’s game with Portimonense…

Paul Gillespie

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  1. Rob O’Keeffe on

    Watching the action at pitch level,you get a close up view of the pace of Celtic’s play,absolutely stunning.Pity when we play in the domestic league that nearly all the opposition sit in with massed defences and we only see this flowing play in bursts of action.