Celtic 4-0 Rangers | Celtic Dominate Derby to go 5 points Clear! | cinch Premiership Highlights

Celtic 4-0 rangers | celtic dominate derby to go 5 points clear! | cinch premiership highlights

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A frantic first half display from Celtic saw score three goals courtesy of Liel Abada and Jota. A goalkeeping error from Jon McLaughlin saw David Turnbull add a fourth for Celtic in the second half. Celtic now sit 5 points clear at the top of the Premiership table.

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