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The major lessons learnt after Celtic Fc 3 goals win vs Livingston revealed



It’s back to the top of the Scottish Premiership for Celtic after they beat Livingston 3-0 on Sunday.

The return of Reo Hatate played a big role in the first goal in the 49th minute. His shot went off of the Livingston defense and into the goal, which was called an own goal by Jamie Brandon.

After that, replacement Paulo Bernardo showed how good he was with a fine low drive past Shamal George in the 72nd minute. This kept things calm for the Boys in Blue.

Lastly, Matt O’Riley and Adam Idah scored the last goal late in the game.

The major lessons learnt after Celtic Fc 3 goals win vs Livingston revealed

Celtic fought hard the whole game and earned to win. With one more game played, they are now a point ahead of Rangers as the league leaders. Going into next weekend’s big match at Ibrox, things are looking good.

What did people really think about today’s game? Check out these three of ours…

Looking forward to Reo Hatate’s title push

Truthfully, I have to say. When Reo Hatate was put in the starting lineup for today, I was shocked. I don’t doubt his skills; I’m just saying that because he hasn’t played much football in a while.

Livingston’s pitch was bad, so it looked like it would be hard for him to start and do well, but the Japanese player stepped up and showed he is ready to make a difference for Celtic.

Having Hatate for the last seven games and the push for the Scottish Cup could make all the difference for Celtic.

He played for 65 minutes this afternoon, so it looks like he will definitely start next week’s away game against Rangers. Everyone knows what he can do in that game. Being back with him is great.

With a better goal margin, Celtic moves closer to winning the title.

We talked about yesterday that the race for the title this season could come down to goal difference. When you play the team at the bottom of the league, you should make the most of it.

In the last few months, Celtic has had a hard time keeping clean sheets. So, it was great to see them shut out Livingston and score three goals to beat them.

The boss asked his team to be more defensively strong in the last few minutes, so he’ll also be happy.

Rangers have a goal difference of +50 after playing one less game than Brendan Rodgers’ team. It’s very close, and each goal is important.

A bad call by the referee could have cost Celtic.
Another week, another strange call by the official. When the score was 0-0, Celtic was upset that referee Don Robertson missed a clear foul on Kyogo Furuhashi in the box that should have led to a penalty.

It was even stranger that the VAR team didn’t tell their colleague to look into what happened, even though multiple replays showed that Kyogo was clearly clipped as the ball was fired into the box.

Fans were left scratching their heads, Sky Sports commentators were confused, and the players were stumped.

It doesn’t look good for Celtic fans that the referees will get better in the last seven league games of the season. Thank goodness the Bhoys didn’t lose this time.

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