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Video: Tom Rogic Scores Celtic’s Second Against Partick Thistle

Video: Tom Rogic Scores Celtic’s Second Against Partick Thistle

Tom Rogic reminded Celtic supporters exactly what he’s capable of tonight by scoring from close range against Partick Thistle.

With the Scottish Premiership and League Cup already in the bag for the Hoops, every game now is really about preparing for the Scottish Cup final with Aberdeen later this month, and Brendan Rodgers’ men seemed hungry right from the kick-off.

It took just 18 minutes for Leigh Griffiths to open the scoring, as he coolly slotted away a penalty after Callum Booth had fouled Patrick Roberts.

And the match was only 26 minutes old when Rogic made it 2-0, and you probably won’t be surprised to learn Griffiths was heavily involved once again:

Perhaps surprisingly, that’s only Rogic’s 11th goal in all competitions this season, but it’s probably fair to assume he’d have bagged a fair few more if it weren’t for a series of injuries.

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