Video: Class footage emerges as Celtic celebrate with supporters in Dingwall
Some terrific footage has emerged from Dingwall this afternoon as Celtic supporters celebrated with the players at full-time.
The Hoops secured a monumental 2-0 win over Ross County to move 6 clear at the top with only 4 fixtures remaining. The win, courtesy of goals from Kyogo and Jota, came with many piling the pressure on Celtic earlier in the week.
And the players were given a deserved round of applause by appreciative supporters who lauded their efforts at full-time. Some class fan footage has emerged of the celebrations on social media, which you can see for yourself below:
The result means Celtic are now only 2 wins away from winning back the Premiership title from Rangers. Victory over our rivals at Parkhead next weekend will all but end any faint hope Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s men have of an unlikely title success.
It’s also a victory that allows Celtic to bounce back from last week’s Scottish Cup semi-final exit at Hampden. Given the post-match celebrations, it’s clear the supporters have already put it in their rear-view mirror.
Celtic now have an entire week to prepare for next Sunday’s Parkhead clash.
Celtic supporters show their appreciation after brave win in Dingwall
It’s no surprise to see the supporters firmly behind the team from start to finish today despite last week’s result. After all, this group of players were applauded off the pitch at Hampden despite what happened on the day – that was sure-fire proof they hadn’t lost the trust of the fans.
And that really showed today. From the first whistle the Celtic players were backed in vociferous form by the Hoops fanbase. There was a special atmosphere in Dingwall today. You were given the feeling this was another huge day in the title race.
Celtic have made a habit this season of immediately going over to the supporters after every game. Whether they win, lose, or draw, Ange has made it a demand to go and appreciate the backing they’re given.
Fans respond to that. It’s the kind of thing that helps connect not just Ange but the rest of the first-team with the support itself. Their post-match celebrations with each other show the spirit surrounding this football club at the moment.
Hopefully, the Hoops can now go and finish the job in the title race. Securing the league championship would be a huge feather in Ange’s cap.
And judging by the video above, the connection between the team and the support is sky-high ahead of next week’s crunch match. Hampden has firmly been forgotten about.
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