Video: Superb Celtic Dingwall moment captured perfectly by supporter footage
A Celtic supporter who took the trip to Dingwall has captured the perfect angle as they captured Jota’s strike and the unreal celebrations that followed.
Ange Postecoglou’s Bhoys ran out 2-0 winners in the Highlands to maintain their 6-point advantage heading into this weekend’s Glasgow derby.
Celtic were made to wait until the 87th-minute before the game was wrapped up of course after failing to add to Kyogo’s early header. However, Jota’s goal sparked pandemonium in the stands, and it was all caught on camera by this Hoops supporter:
It’s a fantastic clip that perfectly manages to capture the brilliant control and swift cross from Liel Abada. It also manages to show the County players’ despair after the second goal goes in whilst the celebrations were certainly infectious.
It was a big moment in Celtic’s season, and a game that many believe has put us beyond reach in the title race. Whether that comes to pass or not remains to be seen.
Next up for the Hoops is a Glasgow derby against rivals Rangers on Sunday.
Celtic support anticipating a big few weeks for the football club
The excitement levels surrounding the Celtic support are growing by the day. There’s big anticipation heading into the final 4 games of the season with many believing that we’re in for a glorious end to the campaign.
Beating Rangers would only cement that and ensure we more or less couldn’t be caught in the final 3 fixtures. That’s the target heading into the weekend, and Parkhead will be packed to the rafters in search of a result.
The Celtic supporters, of course, have also been snapping up tickets for the games against Hearts and Motherwell respectively. Already, both clashes are now sold out with no more home tickets available this season.
It’s clear that league title-mania is sweeping the support at this stage. You do feel that if we were to lose the league, we had to drop points in Dingwall. That’s what so many people had been praying for.
Ange has clearly won over the trust of the Celtic support and it’s showing in the backing the club is getting for their home matches.
It’s going to be a big few weeks ahead. We may very well be embarking on a short period in this club’s history that won’t ever be forgotten.