I thought we played very well – Brendan Rodgers after Celtic win

Celtic head coach, Brendan Rodgers have praised his boys after they broke a resisitive Hamilton Academical to snatch all three points to extend their lead at the top.

Hamilton Academical were fearless in the first half but it didn’t take too long before Celtic started dominated proceedings.

Mcgregor, Sinclair and Ritchie ensured Celtic ran away with a comfortable 3-0 win at the Celtic Park.

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Brendan Rodgers spoke to the media after the match expresing his happiness on his teams triumph against a resolute Hamilton Academical.

He said: I thought we played very well,” Brendan
Rodgers said after the game. “We had to work.
Hamilton have obviously had some difficult
results but you could see they were inspired coming here today in their performance levels.

“They were very resolute and young Ryan made some great saves early on. We created a lot of chances, didn’t quite finish them all but it was a very good win for us and I’m really pleased.

Rodgers was very happy with the team following their triumph. He also spoke about Mcgregors 40th league game of the season.

I’ll rest him at some point but the midfielders we’ve had available in that time has made it very difficult for me.

Brendan Rodgers handed Timothy Weah his first start since joining Celtic from PSG.

The young American player was however substituted by Oliver Burke in the 62nd minute.

The manager also praised the two players for their contribution in the game which led to the team’s triumph.

Brendan Rodgers believes in what young players can do that is why he has given them more opportunity to shine.

Timothy Weah have made a bright star to his career at Celtic scoring a goal in two appearances.