Celtic’s Lowland League win over Caledonian Braves on Saturday was lit up by two brilliant goals.
Joey Dawson’s wasn’t too shabby either but the opener from Ben Wylie and what turned out to be the winner from Tsoanelo Letsosa were well worth braving the biting cold of Alliance Park to witness.
Midfielder Wylie has quickly developed into the main creative force in the B team, operating just behind the main striker with Owen Moffat and Rocco Vata tearing down the flanks on either side.
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In the 21st minute Wylie managed to create some space in the penalty box, his delivery was perfection as he curled a 16 yard shot high into the air to drop in at the postage stamp corner.
Celtic looked on course for a comfortable win when Dawson doubled the lead in the 34th minute but a goal from Mark Kelly early in the second half put the points back in the balance.
With 20 minutes left to play Letsosa stepped in. Taking the ball 40 yards from goal he advanced confidently then drilled a fierce shot into the net.
The Braves weren’t ready to admit defeat, scoring through Grant Breadner in the 78th minute but some sure handling from Tobi Oluwayemi ensured full points for Tommy McIntyre’s side.