Tony Haggerty was joined by Ryan McGinlay for the post-match dissection of Celtic's 3-0 Scottish Premiership win over Livingston in West Lothian.

An own goal from Jamie Brandon and counters from Paulo Bernardo and Matt O'Riley was enough to see Brendan Rodgers' men move back to the top of the Scottish Premiership table.

It was a convincing victory for the defending champions who welcomed back Japanese playmaker Reo Hatate back into the first-team fold as Rodgers had a ringside seat as he watched on from the Livingston stands.

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Tony and Ryan beamed with delight as they mulled over the contribution of Hatate alongside fellow teammates Tomoki Iwata and Nicolas Kuhn. All three were on sparkling form as Celtic disposed of their opponents with the minimum of fuss.

The duo also discussed the fact that Rodgers and Celtic now appear to have a plethora of options available to them as they head to Ibrox for the crunch third Glasgow derby of the season next Sunday.

The pair also wondered why referee Don Robertson and VAR assistant refused to award the visitors a penalty after Kyogo Furuhashi was cleaned out by Mikey Devlin in a first-half flashpoint which wrongly went unpunished.

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