Oh Hyeon-gyu was the hero as Celtic came from behind to defeat Hibs 2-1 at Parkhead and ensure their nine-point gap at the Premiership summit remains into the international break.

Winter signing Oh came on as a substitute for Matt O'Riley in the 61st minute and just 20 minutes later showed impressive strength and accuracy to head home a David Turnbull corner.

You can watch the goal below:

Earlier, Jota had equalised from the penalty spot after Josh Campbell had put Hibs ahead via the same method.

In the run-up to the game, Ange Postecoglou said 18-year-old midfielder Ben Summers fully deserved his chance in the first-team squad against Hibs.

Summers has been a regular for Stephen McManus and Darren O'Dea's B team in the Lowland League this term and trains with the senior side regularly.

Postecoglou reckons that, with Aaron Mooy and Tomoki Iwata unavailable due to injury, Summers was a natural choice to come into the squad and fill an extra midfield berth.

He told BBC Sportsound: "Yeah, look, we've obviously got a couple of injuries in the midfield area with Aaron and Tomoki missing out.

"Ben's been training with us for a little while now. He's been really strong in the B team this year and performing well. He looks the part at our training and we needed another midfielder on the bench today so he gets his chance.

"You're at a big club and it's hard but the reality is you do get an opportunity like he has today - it doesn't take much, a couple of injuries.

"The key for our young players is to perform well when they get the opportunity to gain the trust of team-mates, coaches and get that opportunity. Ben gets his today."

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