The introduction of Unique Angle coverage of Celtic goals has been a very welcome feature of recent seasons, providing a pitch-side view as the ball flies into the net, an alternative to the usual camera vantage points.
Watching matches through your phone still seems a little odd but when you are into stoppage time and on your way to three points away from home it is understandable- especially when Celtic are putting on a show.
Goals are liable at any moment, against packed defences the need to shoot from further out I obvious as Jota demonstrated last week with the second goal against Aberdeen.
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Liel Abada has started Celtic’s first two matches among the substitutes but Ange Postecoglou isn’t one to just claim that it is a squad game to keep players happy- he puts it into practise every week.
Today’s goal from the Israeli was every bit as good as Jota’s last week- mixing supreme skill with deadly execution as he powerfully curled his shot into the corner of the net with barely a glimpse at the target.