Celtic supervisor Ange Postecoglou mentioned there’s “no ceiling” to what his facet can obtain after taking one other step in direction of retaining their Scottish Premiership title with a 4-1 win at St. Johnstone.
The Hoops restored their nine-point lead over Rangers on the high of the desk due to a twenty third win in 25 league video games this season, with Australian midfielder Aaron Mooy incomes man of the match honours as his wealthy vein of kind continued.
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Postecoglou’s males stay on the right track for a home treble as they face Rangers within the League Cup ultimate later this month and are in Scottish Cup final 16 motion in opposition to St. Mirren subsequent weekend.
“We’ve received a very sturdy squad. We’ll look to the cup subsequent week and take each problem because it comes,” mentioned Postecoglou.
“We usually are not going to be placing a ceiling on what might be achieved.”
Andrew Considine’s personal objective opened the floodgates on 13 minutes from Kyogo Furuhashi’s harmful cross.
Furuhashi then took his tally for the season to 22 by rifling a robust shot excessive into the roof of the web.
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Celtic’s run of six consecutive clear sheets was ended moments later by Drey Wright’s long-range effort that escaped the clutches of Joe Hart.
But the guests restored their two-goal cushion earlier than half-time as Jota’s floated go was deftly managed and completed by Mooy for his fourth objective in seven matches.
Celtic left again Greg Taylor was stuffed with reward for Mooy’s kind since coming back from the World Cup.
“He’s been unbelievable,” Taylor advised Sky Sports.
“He doesn’t take pleasure in these press conferences however he must cease enjoying so nicely.
“He’s been superb because the World Cup particularly. The run within the group and chipping in with objectives and assists – I’m actually pleased for him.”
The second half was quick on goalmouth motion by comparability, however Celtic added a fourth in stoppage time to spherical off a day to neglect for Considine.
The defender was proven a straight pink card for hauling down Oh Hyeon-gyu on the sting of the field.
From the free-kick Matt O’Riley teed up David Turnbull to fireside low into the underside nook.
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