Celtic travelled up to Dingwall to take on Ross County on Saturday afternoon.
The highland club had cut Celtic’s allocation, meaning fewer fans would be able to cheer the team on in person. However, it didn’t stop a banner being raised in memory of Lisbon Lion, John ‘Yogi’ Hughes.
Before kick-off, fans in the away end unfurled a banner while the captain joined the huddle.
The Celts had to fight until the end to ensure they’d travel home with the three points. After going a goal up, the Hoops let their lead slip and made the game more challenging for themselves.
Debut Bhoy Jenz then put his side back into the lead with a thunderous header. To top things off, Abada sealed the three points in the 91st minute with a lovely curling effort beating the goalkeeper.