Celtic fans are again loving ‘unique angle’ footage posted by the club on Twitter, this time from Wednesday night’s match away to Motherwell at Fir Park.
Neil Lennon’s team emerged from the encounter as 4-0 victors, with Odsonne Edouard scoring twice, Leigh Griffiths another and Callum McGregor netting a stunning volley.
It was a fantastic all-round performance and ensured we maintain our seven-point lead at the top fo the Scottish Premiership table.
The ‘unique angle’ post has become something of a tradition after matches, giving a fresh look at goals our stars scores and their celebrations afterwards.
All too often broadcasters cut away or change camera angles leading to the odd moment or two missed in the aftermath of brilliant Celtic moments.
📺 You've not seen the highlights until you've seen the #uniqueangle highlights 🍀
— Celtic TV (@CelticTV) February 6, 2020
One player who has been singled out after the latest Motherwell footage is Greg Taylor, who was passionately first to congratulate both McGregor and Edouard for their second-half goals.
The summer signing from Kilmarnock is looking more and more at home in Lennon’s starting eleven and appears to have leapfrogged both Boli Bolingoli and Jonny Hayes.
The fact he is there to celebrate first shows just how comfortable he is getting forward into attacking positions lately too!
Taylor has yet to score a goal of his own in a Celtic jersey but no doubt when it comes he’ll celebrate wildly, apparently loving life at his new club.
These fans have taken to Twitter over the last 24 hours to share their thoughts on Celtic’s footage…
Have you noticed how Greg Taylor is pretty much first to celebrate every goal.
Shows how high up the field he is playing.
— The Glasgow Voice (@TheGlasgowVoice) February 6, 2020
Taylor the first there in every celebration 👍🏻🍀 guys come good🍀💚
— William Ward (@bw220375_ward) February 6, 2020
@GregGregtaylor absolutely loves it!! Great to see.
— A (@andyb124) February 6, 2020
Don’t get me wrong. I could watch the goals over and over. But for me the best part was them celebrating together. Grif looking for calmac!
— DavyBhoyMcAuley (@BhoyMc) February 6, 2020
This makes me very happy! 👏👏👏👏
— Rab Smith 🏴 🍀 (@whitisthecraic) February 6, 2020
Sensational stuff ☘️💚
— Matt Corr (@Boola_vogue) February 6, 2020
That McGregor run to set up Griffiths. The build up from Christie & Forrest and then McGregors control & technique to finish is sublime.
— Ronnie (@RonnieJM67) February 6, 2020
Eddy seems genuinely happier for other people to score, its like he’s embarrassed at how good he is
— 🏴oh my days🇻🇦 (@ddagathe) February 6, 2020