Celtic put in their best performance of the season so far as they ran out 6-0 winners against Aberdeen at Parkhead.

Goals from Yang Hyun-jun, Kyogo Furuhashi, Luis Palma, David Turnbull and a double from Oh Hyeon-gyu saw the champions bounce back from the midweek disappointment against Atletico Madrid.

The result helps the Hoops restore their lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership to eight points.

Palma in particular was a standout as he was voted player of the match by broadcaster Sky Sports.

And Brendan Rodgers was keen to praise winger at full time. He said: ""It is our idea to start fast in every game and the players scored a couple of really good goals.

"Luis Palma played very, very good and he is showing variety as he is developing as did Yang when he got his old hanging around the second post.

"Normally you see wingers looking in but both those guys contributed very well. Luis is a very talented player and can create and score goals."

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The only downside from the game was Kyogo going off with a head knock after a collision with Dons centre-back Slobodan Rubezic just after half time.

He received treatment on the pitch after the foul by the Montengran who was shown a yellow card for his challenge.

And Rodgers revealed that the 28-year-old will not be travelling with his country on international duty.

"It was not great for him," he continued. "Obviously it was a nasty blow for him so he will not travel to Japan as he will need to recover.

"The medical team will make sure he is okay. I have not seen it back but it looked a real sore one."

Join Tony Haggerty and Ryan McGinlay as they discuss all this and more in the video below.