Celtic had to dig deep to get the three points in their first Europa League group game on Thursday evening but, my oh my did Celtic Park go berserk when the goal finally came.
After watching one of the most frustrating displays you’re likely to see from a Celtic team with backwards, sideways, backwards, sideway passes the crowd grew wary.
In the second half, it was more of the same from the bhoys who just couldn’t seem to find a way past an average Rosenborg side who they already dispatched earlier this season.
It was Rodgers three subs that sparked the game into life and in the end, it wasn’t passing the ball into the net. A long diagonal ball to Boyata who had stayed up the field after a set piece to knocked the ball down for sub Leigh Griffiths to head it home and send Celtic Park wild.
PARADISE ERUPTS! 🙌
Leigh Griffiths heads Celtic into an 87th minute lead!
Scenes in Glasgow! 🍀 pic.twitter.com/2vkwPsObUc
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) September 20, 2018