The French striker kept his place in the starting XI for the trop to McDiarmid Park after his strong showing against Bayern Munich in midweek.
And he’s produced another good performance as the Hoops look set for a comfortable win in Perth.
Scott Sinclair opened the scoring for the visitors, brilliantly finishing off a corner move that looked like it came straight off the training ground.
Then it was up to Dembele to produce some quality for the second, laying the ball off to Kieran Tierney at the halfway line before bursting into the box to finish off Stuart Armstrong’s front-post cross:
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That’s some desire from Dembele to play the lay off and get himself straight into the box to join in on the attack.
Celtic are now leading 3-0 thanks to Steven Anderson’s own goal and cruising towards their 63rd domestic game unbeaten – a new record for the club.