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SportCountdown: Celtic's top five performers against Aberdeen

13:50  15 april  2019
13:50  15 april  2019 Source:   readsport.co

Countdown: Celtic's top five performers against Rangers

Countdown: Celtic's top five performers against Rangers Celtic left it late on Sunday as they scored in the 86th minute to beat Rangers 2-1 in the Glasgow Derby. Odsonne Edouard opened the scoring for Celtic in the first-half, before Ryan Kent levelled the scores in the second-half. James Forrest then popped up in the final five minutes to slot the ball into the bottom corner and secure the three points. We asked you, the fans, to name your man of the match from the game and the results are in! Here are the top five…

Celtic will have to wait until the next matchday to potentially secure their title after they were held to a 0-0 draw by Livingston. The Hoops’ failed to score as they missed out on the chance to be named champions this weekend. The results are now in and here are your top five performers …

Celtic maintain that unbeaten streak over their rivals. For Rangers , that was pretty damning and an indication of the work they still have to do to get near Celtic left it late on Sunday as they scored in the 86th minute to beat Rangers 2-1 in the Glasgow Derby. Odsonne Edouard opened the scoring for

Countdown: Celtic's top five performers against Aberdeen © Ian MacNicol/Getty Images Sport Aberdeen v Celtic - Scottish Cup Semi Final

Celtic booked their place in the Scottish Cup final as they beat Aberdeen 3-0 on Sunday.

Goals from James Forrest, Odsonne Edouard and Tom Rogic were enough to see Neil Lennon’s side continue their pursuit of the domestic treble.

Aberdeen also had two red cards, with Dominic Ball sent off in the 36th minute and Lewis Ferguson in the 67th minute.

Following the game, we asked you, the fans, to vote on your Celtic man of the match. The results are now in and here are the top five…

Fans rank Celtic's top five performers against Kilmarnock.
On an emotional day at Parkhead following the sad passing of club legend Billy McNeil earlier in the week, Celtic beat Kilmarnock to move within one point of an eighth successive Scottish Premiership. McNeil sported the no. 5 shirt with pride and honour during his Hoops days as he became the first Briton to lift the European Cup in 1967. It was the occupant of that number, Jozo Simunovic, who poetically netted the only goal of the game on 67 minutes as Celtic got one hand on the trophy ahead of what will the club’s 50th triumph.Neil Lennon said it was a “perfect” way to win the game and I’m sure every single fan watching the game would agree too.

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