Final Whistle: Celtic See Off The Saints With Professional Performance in Paisley

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Final Whistle: Celtic See Off The Saints With Professional Performance in Paisley
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It’s all felt a big negative recently but Celtic went some way to lifting that with a solid performance against St Mirren in the Scottish Cup this afternoon.

Goals from Kyogo and Maeda were enough to secure the win and the Hoops now move on to the quarter finals where they’ll face Livingston.

A clean sheet from Joe Hart and his backline provided further encouragement and the victory means the Hoops have now won 8 out of the last 9 in all competitions.

Join Tino & James for the latest Final Whistle Show as Celtic get the all important win over St Mirren in the Scottish Cup

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1 thought on “Final Whistle: Celtic See Off The Saints With Professional Performance in Paisley”

  1. Yes look together after big changes in back and midfield.Rodgers hasn’t had a settled team for months injuries have blighted the team those to defeats were when missing top players and at rugby pitch with heavy remain and going all out for win then hearts scored two set plays in the midweek we beat feyenord but still got put out of europe which affected players some of the things aid in media was rubbish Rodgers has steadied the ship even with the injuries list High players are getting to know what Rodgers Is asking of them not the same team as last season players gone and players injured and some still adopting ange way at times not realising but our defence looked in control midfield winning second ball wingers getting ball early progress has being coming last couple games but against a team that bombard high balls into oppents half then win the second ball celtic won the ariel battle and won most of the second balls on a poor pitch yes most pitches including Celtic park don’t suit our play but st mirrens park was very bumpy think ground staff got the week off doubt it was rolled st Mirren manger knew he be playing with the ball in the air

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