Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers reminded striker Leigh Griffiths of his responsibility to the team after he questioned his substitution in the second half of the 5-0 Ladbrokes Premiership win over Partick Thistle.
"I think if you look at the numbers of tonight we matched 33 wins, which is the most wins in a league campaign by Celtic".
LEIGH GRIFFITHS may have left the field in a huff but his wee strop will be quickly dealt with by Celtic's experienced manager Brendan Rodgers who has managed more temperamental players in his time than the Celtic number 9 and is still around in the game to tell the tales.
Callum Booth took out Roberts - on loan from Manchester City - with a crude sliding challenge and Griffiths expertly despatched his spot-kick for Celtic's 100th league goal of an incredible season.
"To end the season with 34 wins out of 38 would be a remarkable achievement and we could celebrate a wonderful season in the league, which would be great for the supporters and hopefully they are enjoying the football".
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"For a minute he thought about himself instead of the team".
"But he was outstanding tonight and he understood afterwards that I need also to protect him as the only fit striker at the moment".
'It's gone now. Footballers just need reminders sometimes but I explained it to him and it's gone.
The Scottish League Cup winners are in the Scottish Cup Final later this month.
Griffiths did get one last night when he opened the scoring for this hugely impressive Celtic side from the penalty after Patrick Roberts was simply too good and too fast for the hosts.
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"It was very pleasing from a coaching aspect and it was an outstanding team performance at this stage in the season".
He's very much a part of the team structure and that's great to see. "I think they took their foot off the gas at half-time to be honest".
"They will always get opportunities because, for me, the collective is what this squad is all about", he said.
But it was all smiles and kisses after the game as the players and management took acclaim of the Celtic fans in Firhill's packed Jackie Husband Stand.
"And they showed their qualities and professionalism tonight".
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