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Video: Scott Sinclair Scores a Trademark Curler Against St.Mirren

Video: Scott Sinclair Scores a Trademark Curler Against St.Mirren

Scott Sinclair continued his excellent season for Celtic this afternoon in the Scottish Cup by scoring a trademark curled goal against St. Mirren.

The Hoops’ quest for a domestic treble looked in doubt when they found themselves 1-0 down to the Championship club at half-time, but defender Mikael Lustig popped up with a goal to level things up after 57 minutes.

And within a minute of the restart, Celtic were ahead, after winning possession straight from the Saints’ kick-off and breaking up the pitch to add a second.

It was a typically excellent finish from the former Manchester City and Aston Villa winger, who left the goalkeeper absolutely helpless:

Celtic will now go into today’s draw for the semi-finals, where they could face Hibs or even bitter rivals Rangers at Hampden.

But whoever lies in wait, with a player like Sinclair in their ranks, Brendan Rodgers’ men will never be too far from victory.

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