Celtic left-back Alexandro Bernabei scored his first-ever goal for the club with a late howitzer against Ross County at Dingwall on Sunday - and it sparked musical adulation from the visiting fans.

Bernabei arrived on the Victoria Park pitch as a 65th-minute substitute after Greg Taylor's enforced withdrawal due to injury.

The 22-year-old made his mark on the game in injury time when he picked up a pass from Jota - who had earlier put the Hoops ahead from the spot - and raked home a rocket to make it 2-0.

Amid the post-match celebrations Bernabei was treated to a rousing rendition his country's chant by the visiting Celtic fans, a moment he was visibly moved by.

You can watch it in the clip below:

Meanwhile, Taylor is not the only injury concern facing Hoops boss Ange Postecoglou. 

Neither Reo Hatate nor Aaron Mooy made the matchday squad while Anthony Ralston and Liel Abada are also facing a spell on the sidelines.

The Hoops manager is confident midfielders Hatate and Mooy will be available again soon with both rated 'close' to making the Dingwall contingent.

"Hopefully next week," Postecoglou told Sky Sports when asked if Hatate would be back soon. "Him and Aaron were close but not quite ready. We've got a full week after this game and if everything goes well he should be available."

On Taylor's knee knock, the Celtic boss said: "He's alright, I think it's just a dead leg. He got a bit of a knock and was struggling with it but it's nothing too serious."

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