Celtic swiftly rebounded from their challenging defeat in Madrid with a commanding 6-0 victory against a struggling Aberdeen in their cinch Premiership clash at Parkhead. Following a 6-0 loss to Atletico Madrid in the Champions League, Celtic showcased dominance in the Premiership as Yang Hyun-jun and Kyogo Furuhashi scored in an impressive first half. A late surge, including a penalty converted by Luis Palma and goals from substitutes David Turnbull and Oh Hyeon-gyu, secured a comprehensive win for Brendan Rodgers’ side, reestablishing an eight-point lead over Rangers.
Despite changes for both teams post-European fixtures, Celtic’s performance overshadowed Aberdeen, highlighting their prowess in domestic competition. Notably, the match also faced disruptions during the minute’s silence for Armistice Day, and Aberdeen struggled to contend with Celtic’s relentless attack.
The game saw injuries and substitutions, with Oh replacing the injured Furuhashi. Palma’s penalty, Turnbull’s strike, and Oh’s header and subsequent goal sealed a convincing victory for Celtic at Parkhead.