After defeating Buckie Thistle handily at Parkhead on Sunday, Celtic ensured they easily advanced to the Scottish Cup’s fifth round.
With a deft chip over the visiting keeper, Paulo Bernardo opened the scoring. Odin Thiago Holm, Yogo Furuhashi, Luis Palma, andRocco Vata then sealed the victory.
To be honest, there were a lot of excellent goals that day, making it difficult to choose one favorite. Nevertheless, Brendan Rodgers’ team will now get ready for this weekend’s Scottish Premiership competition.
The Bhoys were anticipating a visit from Ross County as they attempted to win six straight games across all categories.
The Staggies have dropped to 11th place in the league rankings after losing their last five games despite signing Derek Adams [Sky Sports].
Nicolas Kuhn might make his Celtic debut against the Highland-based team, but another player has signaled his intentions for the remainder of the year.
Luis Palma tells Celtic fans what to expect
Celtic winger Palma took to Instagram following his team’s Scottish Cup success, posting a brief three-word message pledging to “Keep working hard” as the Hoops’ schedule gets more demanding.
The Honduran international played the whole ninety minutes at Parkhead and recorded a point [BBC Sport]. He did a nice job during proceedings.
Palma is worth his weight in gold for Celtic
At £3.5 million, Palma offers exceptional value for the money. Since signing in the summer, he has added notable quality to opportunity creation and goal conversion.
The 24-year-old has made 28 appearances in all competitions, according to Transfermarkt, and has ten goals and 12 assists to his name. Celtic fans will be hoping that this is a harbinger of things to come in 2024.
The former Aris player, who has created 11 great opportunities this season in the Scottish Premiership, will surely be crucial to the Hoops’ hopes of winning a third straight league championship this season [Sofascore].