No complacency from Celtic

The major worry before yesterdays game was not whether Celtic were good enough to beat Dunfermline but whether complacency would set in after the Glasgow Derby win.
To the delight of us all including the brilliant travelling support there was no sign of complacency whatsoever. Celtic took the game by the horns from the first minute and totally dominated the game till the final whistle. Celtic built up attack after attack and were unfortunate not to be awarded a penalty when Thomas Rogne was wrestled to the ground in the box.
Moments later Celtic took the lead when Anthony Stokes scored an absolute belter of a goal from just outside the box. Celtic kept pushing and Big victor Wanyama scored a second from a Mulgrew free kick ensuring Celtic took a deserved 2 – 0 lead into the second half.
Dunfermline managed to find a bit more space in the second have but failed to capitalise on it. Celtic then tightened up and pushed for a third which was delivered by Charlie Mulgrew from a direct free kick. If the game was not over at 2 – 0 it certainly was at 3 – 0.
So Celtic were cruising at 3 nil with three points in the bag keeping them on top of the league, does it get any better ?  Yes it does. The return of Izzy to first team football at a crucial time in the campaign seen the amazing Celtic support raise the roof of the stadium.
Once again 3pts and a clean sheet.

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