Celtic marched to a deserved 6-0 victory over Aberdeen on Sunday afternoon. Goals from Yang, Kyogo, Luis Palma, and Oh were enough for the Bhoys.

Throughout, the Scottish champions were on top form. Their Sunday performance was a brilliant testament to their resilient character that helped them bounce back from midweek.

The Hoops’ third of the afternoon came from the spot. Oh was brought down in the box, and Honduran internationalist Palma stepped up and made no mistake.

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Soccer Football – Champions League – Group E – Celtic v Atletico Madrid – Celtic Park, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain – October 25, 2023 Celtic’s Luis Palma celebrates scoring their second goal REUTERS/Russell Cheyne

Before he hit it, though, Dons ‘keeper Kelle Roos could be visibly seen attempting to mark the spot and potentially prevent the hosts from netting:

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Evidently, Roos’ attempt didn’t go to plan. The 31-year-old was booked for his stupid actions.

Palma netted the penalty with conviction, and after he had done so, the Celts went on to score three more. It was a poor day at the office for the Dutchman whose hapless attempts to act smart didn’t pay off in the end.

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  1. The goalie in the Chelsea v Man City game did the same and was yellow-carded. To be honest, the sight of the Aberdeen goalie abusing the pen spot showed him, and the guy who nutted Kyogo from behind, to be the lowlife scum you’d expect from them. Get rid of the scum.

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