Some Celtic fans are absolutely loving new ‘Unique Angle’ footage posted by the club in the wake of Sunday’s 4-1 win over Hamilton in the Scottish Premiership.
The regular series from Celtic TV is often a hit with supporters, with the in-house media team posting a camera operator behind the opposition goal in the hope of catching wonderful moments from Neil Lennon’s team.
In the most recently shared clip they’ve shown Odsonne Edouard’s second goal on Sunday.
With the Frenchman showing off some amazing footwork and combining expertly with substitute Tom Rogic, the angle gives a great insight into just how magical a goal it was.
You know the rest 😏
— Celtic TV (@CelticTV) February 2, 2020
The goal made the game comfortable Hamilton after the Bhoys had to fight from a goal down to get themselves ahead in the match.
The Edouard effort created a two-goal cushion that Lennon’s side was never going to give up.
Now seven points clear at the top of the table, nine-in-a-row is looking closer than ever before this season.
If we can maintain our form through this run of away matches then we’re going to be in excellent shape to lift the trophy again.
On the way we’re likely to be scoring many more beautiful goals like the one above and hopefully Celtic’s camera operator catches every single moment.
These fans have been enjoying the new footage, taking to Twitter to share their thoughts on the goal…
Like poetry in motion..
— Mark James (@TheWebsEdge) February 3, 2020
Those feet ! My god those feet, eddy AND Tam !!
— Jullien pilger (@2011bigyn) February 3, 2020
That pass from big tam is outrageous
— Liam Roberts (@liamroberts92) February 2, 2020
Class act 🍀🍀
— Kevin Sweeney (@KevinSw46910413) February 2, 2020
That final pass from Tam? Perfection!
— Michael Duignan (@Michael_Duignan) February 2, 2020
The footwork from Edouard and then that pass from Rogic 😍
— Señor Celtic🍀 (@SenorCeltic) February 2, 2020
What a brilliant goal. Hail Hail ☘️
— Kevin McLaughlin (@K7_CMU) February 3, 2020
Thing of beauty😍😍😍
— Boab Whyte (@BoabWhyte1) February 3, 2020