Morten Rasmussen's 87th-minute winner allowed Celtic to take a giant step towards securing a Champions League place as they came from behind to beat Hibernian 3-2 at Parkhead.
The substitute flicked home Marc-Antoine Fortune's low cross shortly after the former Nancy striker had levelled the scores.
Robbie Keane had given Celtic an early lead but Derek Riordan equalised almost immediately and Hibs had been heading for their second victory at Celtic Park this season after Anthony Stokes netted a penalty early in the second half.
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