The Champions left it late but left McDiarmid Park with all three points to claim their seventh consecutive victory in the SPFL on Sunday.

Neil Lennon’s side started the match with iconic captain Scott Brown watching from the bench while David Turnbull received his first start for the Hoops.

Celtic had to wait 90 minutes to open the scoring after Leigh Griffiths sent his precise header into the bottom corner. In the third minute of stoppage time, Patryk Klimala doubled the advantage with a thumping finish past the keeper, despite being tackled to the ground moments earlier.

The Hoops now enter the international break still unbeaten from nine matches in league play, which has them in second place and one point shy of Rangers, who defeated Ross County 2-0 to keep their top spot with an extra game played.

Celtic will look to take the top spot when they return from the break with an intriguing October 17th matchup with Rangers at Parkhead.

Here are our ‘Four Findings’ from Celtic’s latest victory.