Celtic beat Kilmarnock this afternoon thanks to a stunning Tom Rogic strike at Rugby Park.
The Hoops looked like dropping points for a lot of the match, with top-scorer Leigh Griffiths looking slightly out of sorts, and Kieran Tierney hobbling off injured.
It wasn’t a great performance from the reigning Scottish Premiership champions, but with the game tied at 0-0 in the 90th minute, substitute Rogic turned quickly on the ball, and hammered it high into the top corner from all of 25 yards.
The result put Celtic four points clear at the top of the table, with second-placed Aberdeen taking on Motherwell at Fir Park later on today.
The winner sparked wild celebrations from the travelling fans, and their manager even joined in, bringing back his famous ‘Ronny Roar’:
The Ronny Roar is back! And this time it's X-rated… pic.twitter.com/aDEmMupTKz
— talkingbaws (@talkingbaws) March 19, 2016
Speaking with broadcasters Sky Sports afterwards, Deila described the win as the “best feeling in the world”, and called the Celtic supporters the man of the match.
He certainly did enjoy it.
What did you think of his celebrations?