Celtic fans were delighted as their side struck top form to sweep Aberdeen aside 3-0 at Pittodrie.
It was a vintage performance from the hoops who played a brand of football that the home team couldn’t get near despite starting the match level on points with Brendan Rodgers’ side.
Celtic were on top of things from the first whistle with Kieran Tierney crashing in the opener after 13 minutes following a great run by Moussa Dembele down the right.
It was role reversal six minutes from the break when a brilliant run and cross from Tierney was met by Dembele who bundled the ball home from inside the six yard box.
Kieran Tierney casually smashing one in off the bar. pic.twitter.com/YctArsMOy5
â€” TheSPFLRadar (@TheSPFLRadar) October 25, 2017
â€” Scottish Sun Sport (@scotsunsport) October 25, 2017
In all my years involved in football I don’t recall seeing a better young player than Kieran tierney
â€” Eddie Wolecki (@edblack65) October 25, 2017
And on the sixth day, God created Kieran Tierney
1 goal, 1 assist. Wonderful
â€” Brendan’sGreen&White (@top_tipz) October 25, 2017
When Kieran Tierney scored, then turned to the fans, smiled and grabbed the badge pic.twitter.com/Mb5hahtE8l
â€” Declan (@DeclanS67) October 25, 2017
Out of all our players Kieran Tierney is a step above he seriously could be the best Full back in the world in a couple of years time ????
â€” DÃolÃºn Mag ShamhrÃ¡in (@mcgovern_dillon) October 25, 2017
Kieran Tierney is already world class. Nobody can convince me he isn’t. Will be the leading left back in Europe one day.
â€” Stand Up For Celtic (@StandForCeltic) October 25, 2017
Holy sweet mother of the babby jesus. Kieran Tierney again. What a delivery. ????????????
â€” Conor Leeson (@conorleeson) October 25, 2017
kieran tierney is making my life worth living atm
â€” sharper (@shaunharper_) October 25, 2017
Celtic looked capable of scoring at will but had to wait until the 63rd minute to add to the score-sheet when Dembele headed home from close range after Dedryck Boyata headed a Stuart Armstrong free kick across goal.
The only consolation for Aberdeen was Sevco drawing 1-1 at home to Kilmarnock which leaves them five points ahead of the Ibrox side in the race for second place although Motherwell are now just four behind in third spot.