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Fancam captures the full drama of Jota’s goal and celebrations

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There was a 75 minute wait between goals in Dingwall yesterday but that simply added to the drama of Jota finding the net. 

Celtic enjoyed 74% possession but the second goal was looking elusive as they entered the closing minutes away to Ross County. 

A move down the right created some promise but when Ross Laidlaw touched a close range shot onto the bar it looked like the chance might be lost until Jota thought otherwise. 

Muscling in front of Connor Randall he stuck out a foot, knocked the ball into the net as relief met delight on and off the pitch. 

After a week of having every aspect of the squad questioned and doubted Celtic had secured full points, restored their six point advantage and heading back down the A9 with the next match in mind. 

Winning the Glasgow Derby will give them a nine point lead with three matches left to play. With a goal difference advantage of more than 20 there is every incentive to make May 1 another Beautiful Sunday. 

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3 comments

  • Scud Missile says:

    The moan-in on radio snyde tonight will be good with auld spewie trying to correct himself from his article at the weekend.
    Criticising two players in our squad in his article at the weekend,and up pops both of them to seal the victory.

  • John mcghee says:

    Its really looking great for the title to return back to paradise celtic gave sevco a loan of it for a season and sevco and there fans know fine well thats the truth because their captain tavawanker said when sevco were 9 points ahead that he’s looking forward to getting his hands on the treble because celtic just got a new manager and new players in but it backed fired of the penalty king for saying it he’s been at liebrox 5 maybe 6 year and only won 1 title to his name the covid league..haha

  • Donald Macintyre says:

    It was great that Jota scored, he had been a bit off colour and hopefully that restores his confidence, Sunday was a professional day with the correct result.

    Frustrations this week is the ginger whinger, he has got a job surprisingly but he still feels the need to point out everyone else’s failures, Gary Parker must be one hell of a coach.

    As someone who had the fortune to be in Seville 19 years ago, I can’t think of anything worse than allowing the blues brothers to turn that city into Mariuppol or Odessa, come on the Leipzig.

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