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Video: Neil Lennon Raves About Celtic After Five-Goal Win Against Motherwell

Video: Neil Lennon Raves About Celtic After Five-Goal Win Against Motherwell

Neil Lennon has raved about Celtic after their five-goal victory over Motherwell this afternoon.

The Hoops manager watched on as his side hit five to beat The Steelmen 5-2 at Fir Park.

Motherwell actually went 1-0 up in the game, getting their reward for a good start with Liam Donnelly’s 12th-minute goal.

But it didn’t take long for Celtic to equalise through Kris Ajer, before Leigh Griffiths, James Forrest, Odsonne Edouard and Ryan Christie all hit the net.

Donnelly did grab a late goal for the hosts, but it was all about Celtic’s performance.

And Lennon has been raving about it since full-time:

With the win, Celtic move top of the Scottish Premiership table with 12 goals scored in their first two games.

And it’s the perfect preparation going into the second leg of their Champions League third round qualifier against CFR Cluj on Tuesday night.

Lennon’s men drew 1-1 earlier in the week and will fancy their chances of taking control of the tie at Celtic Park.

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