Ireland international Shane Duffy scored on his debut for Celtic today as the Scottish champions beat Ross County 5-0.
Odsonne Edouard scored an early penalty and Albian Ajeti added a second to give the visitors a two-goal lead at half-time.
Neil Lennon switched to a back three and the 3-5-2 system worked well for Celtic with Duffy played on the right side along with Christopher Jullien and Kristoffer Ajer on the left.
Duffy’s second-half goal sealed the three points for Celtic.
The boyhood fan described his move to the Scottish giants as a dream and he capped it off by scoring with a thumping header from Callum McGregor’s cross.
Ajer added another before a Patryk Klimala goal put the icing on the cake for Celtic.
Celtic are now six points of Scottish Premiership leaders Rangers but they have two games in hand.