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# Celtic

Last week
12th March 2023 - 18th March 2023
# Scotland
Leaders Celtic leave it late to see off 10-man Hibernian
Oh Hyeon-gyu put them 2-1 up with nine minutes left and Sead Haksabanovic added a third in stoppag
This month
March 2023
# Three and easy
Celtic keep treble hopes alive with easy win over Hearts in Scottish Cup
Aaron Mooy, Kyogo Furuhashi and Cameron Carter-Vickers were on target for the Hoops.
# Wrap
Kyogo Furuhashi on target again as Celtic maintain nine-point lead over Rangers
The Hoops came from behind to beat Hearts 3-1, while Rangers were 4-1 winners over Hibernian.
# Boost
Blackburn star in line for Ireland call-up after receiving international clearance
Sam Szmodics has impressed in the Championship this season.
# Comeback
Second-half blitz leads Celtic to comfortable victory over 10-man St Mirren
The home side led at the half-way mark thanks to a Mark O’Hara penalty in the sixth minute.
Last month
February 2023
# Old Firm
Furuhashi double earns Celtic League Cup victory over Rangers
Bhoys captain Callum McGregor praises ‘special player’.
Ange Postecoglou finds Celtic fans’ passion for football ‘easy to relate to’
Parkhead boss is eyeing another trophy when his side face Rangers in Sunday’s Viaplay Cup final.
# stroll in the park
Reo Hatate helps Celtic to comfortable victory over Aberdeen
The champions remain nine points clear at the top.
# quality
Ange Postecoglou proud of Celtic's depth after goal rush from bench
Parkhead boss sees reinforcements score four late goals in the 5-1 Scottish Cup win over St Mirren.
# Top Of The Tree
Celtic ease past St Johnstone to restore nine-point lead over Rangers
The Hoops scored four times as they refused to be pressurised.
# Scottish scene
Celtic march on and retain nine-point lead with dominant win over Livingston
Meanwhile, Rangers eased past Hearts.
This year
# On The Dotted Line
Celtic sign 21-year-old South Korean international
Hyeongyu Oh has joined the Scottish champions for an undisclosed fee.
# Rout
Kyogo Furuhashi makes it 20 goals for the season for five-star Celtic
At McDiarmid Park, Borna Barisic scored the game’s only goal as Rangers beat St Johnstone.
# All Square
Kyogo to the rescue as Celtic snatch dramatic late point against Rangers
Japanese star strikes to earn 2-2 draw at Ibrox and maintain Hoops’ nine-point lead at top of table.
Former Celtic and Scotland striker Frank McGarvey dies aged 66
McGarvey was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2022.
Last year
# Goals Galore
Leaders Celtic cruise to 4-0 win as Rangers also prevail ahead of Old Firm showdown
Celtic and Rangers will face off on 2 January.
# captain's role
Callum McGregor marks his comeback with late winner as Celtic down Aberdeen
The captain made the difference on his first appearance since suffering a knee injury in October.
# scottish wrap
Ross Tierney on target for Motherwell but Celtic maintain Premiership lead
Rangers, meanwhile, eased some of the pressure on Giovanni van Bronckhorst.
# Squad News
Scotland boss disappointed as Celtic refuse to release players for friendly
The Hoops are taking part in a tournament in Australia during the World Cup break.
# Nervy Times
Pressure piles on Rangers boss van Bronckhorst after shock defeat to St Johnstone
Rangers are now seven points behind Celtic at the top of the cinch Premiership.
# super subs
Celtic strike twice at the death to break Dundee United hearts
The game was 2-2 heading into the final minute.
# Cruise Control
Real Madrid hammer Celtic 5-1 and storm into Champions League last-16 as group winners
The holders converted two penalties on the way to a comprehensive win.
# Last Hurrah
Ange Postecoglou wants to give Celtic 'memorable' night in Bernabeu
The Hoops conclude their Champions League campaign with a historic match away to 14-time champions Real Madrid.
# Table Toppers
Celtic stroll at Livingston to ease pain of European exit
Goals from Kyogo Furuhashi, Greg Taylor and Jota help Bhoys to straightforward win.
# Sublime
Reo Hatate magic lights up comfortable night at the office for Celtic
Liel Abada also scored twice as the Hoops eased into the Premier Sports Cup semi-finals with a 4-0 victory at Motherwell.
# Shunsuke Nakamura
16 years after winner over Man United, former Celtic star retires at 44
Shunsuke Nakamura was a Scottish champion three times.
# near misses
Missed chances the story of Celtic’s Champions League season – Ange Postecoglou
Timo Werner and Emil Forsberg scored as RB Leipzig beat the Hoops 2-0.
# creeslough
'It would touch anybody's heart': Creeslough comes together for the first of 10 funerals
The community of Creeslough stood in solidarity for the funerals of Jessical Gallagher and Martin McGill.
# Punishment
Celtic fined over 'provocative' anti-monarchy banners at Champions League game
The inflammatory messages were displayed during the clash of the Hoops and Shakhtar Donetsk.
# uphill battle
Celtic’s Champions League hopes dented by defeat in Leipzig
The defeat leaves Celtic bottom of Group F with one point from three matches.
Ange Postecoglou ‘living the dream’ at Celtic as he plays down Premier League move
The Australian was linked with Brighton and now Leicester as the pressure mounts on Brendan Rodgers.
# Old Firm
Uefa clears Rangers over anthem but Celtic face action due to banner
European football’s governing body had issued instructions for God Save the King not to be sung before matches.
# allsquare
Sloppy Celtic rue missed chances as they settle for draw with Shakhtar
Artem Bondarenko’s own goal gave the away side an early lead in Shakhtar’s temporary home in the Polish capital, but Mykhailo Mudryk equalised.
# Regrets
Ange Postecoglou rues missed chances after Celtic lose to Real Madrid
The hosts passed up a few opportunities before the Spanish giants scored three goals in the second half.
# Celtic
Boost for Celtic as Kyogo Furuhashi trains ahead of Real Madrid clash
The Japan forward was forced off with injury during Saturday’s Old Firm win.
# Hoops
Celtic hammer Rangers 4-0 in one-side Old Firm derby
Liel Abada fired a brace while Jota and David Turnbull were also on target.
# talking point
Perception matters as Brendan Rodgers finds passing of time could soon leave him behind
With Leicester City in a rut, games against Manchester United and Brighton this week provide stark reminder of how quickly tide can turn.
# end of the line
Dundee United sack manager following 9-0 loss to Celtic
Jack Ross was appointed to the position in June.
# Hammer time
Celtic earn biggest away win in Premiership history after 9-0 victory
Kyogo Furuhashi and Liel Abada both scored hat-tricks for Celtic against Dundee.
# match-ups
Real Madrid to begin Champions League defence against Celtic as fixtures announced
The 14-time victors travel to Glasgow for their Group F clash on 6 September.