GIF: Stefan Johansen Scored A Barcelona-esque Goal For Celtic Last Night Following Some Brilliant Passing

GIF: Stefan Johansen Scored A Barcelona-esque Goal For Celtic Last Night Following Some Brilliant Passing

Celtic really seem to be finding their feet now under new boss Ronny Deila and last night’s 2-0 win over Partick Thistle took them another three points to their fourth title in a row.

The Hoops are now seven points clear of second placed Aberdeen with a game in hand and goals from Kris Commons and Stefan Johansen were enough to edge them closer to their second piece of silverware for the season as they hunt down a treble.

However, it was the latter’s goal which will grab all the headlines as Johnasen and his teammates produced a goal that Barcelona would be proud of.

The Norwegian sealed three points with his finish in the 63rd minute, however, it was a team effort which allowed the midfielder to bag his eigth league goal of the season.

Centre back Virgil van Dijk started off the movement as he played it out wide to Emilio Izaguirre who knocked it down the wing for Gary Mackay Steven who played it first time in to Johansen.

Johansen then back heeled it behind him for John Guidetti who returned a pass to Johansen through two defenders and the Norwegian finished it off with a pass into the bottom corner.

BBravo Celtic.


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