Date: 3rd February 2019 at 3:05pm
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One Celtic fan has come up with a unique suggestion for - kidnap the striker!

The on loan Paris Saint Germain kid replaced Odsonne Edouard in the 74th minute and played a key role in both Celtic goals.

A couple of minutes later he provided the assist for James Forrest to break the deadlock then scored the second in the 89th minute to ensure that Celtic took full points to restore their six point lead at the top of the Premiership.

It was Weah’s fourth goal since joining Celtic with all four coming after appearing as a substitute.His joy at both goals was obvious as he grasped his jersey in full view of the television cameras.

With Forrest and Edouard added to the growing injury list Weah looks likely to start Wednesday’s home match against Hibs as the hoops go for their sixth successive win in a row.

Next Sunday St Johnstone visit Celtic Park in the Scottish Cup, completing a programme of three clashes in ten days between the two clubs.