This is the moment Celtic goalkeeper Joe Hart roared in celebration after his side won 3-0 against Livingston this afternoon.

It was not an afternoon to remember for the Englishman though after he was sent off for the first time in his career for a last-man challenge on Livi midfielder Mohammed Sangare.

Hart had no complaints after his dismissal but he was forced to watch the remainder of the match from inside the stadium and Sky Sports cameras caught his reaction at full-time.

The goalkeeper can be seen screaming in delight after goals from Reo Hatate, Matt O'Riley and Daizen Maeda secured the win.

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers hailed a “monumental” victory as his team ran out 3-0 winners away to Livingston with 10 men.

A Reo Hatate penalty had the visitors ahead before Hart was shown the first red card of his career for fouling Sangare.

The setback, though, did not affect Celtic and second-half goals from Matt O’Riley and Daizen Maeda sealed a professional win.

Rodgers said: “It was a monumental win in terms of getting back in after playing with nine men during the week [in the Champions League against Feyenoord].

“Livingston is a notoriously hard place to come anyway, never mind with 10 men, so to play with that mentality was very good.

“Attitude and energy are what you need and that is what we had. You don’t get points here for style. You have to dig in and be resilient.

“I thought we played well on a difficult surface and stylistically I thought we played better on the surface with 10 men.

“We always have a plan for that in terms of how we work, how we keep the calmness. I thought the players were outstanding.

“We added to that with two really good goals in the second half. As I said to the guys, when you have Daizen Maeda, it is not like playing with 10 men.

“He does the running of two men, he is absolutely incredible and I was so happy for him that he got his goal. He was so good on the day for us.”