Second-half goals from Aiden McGeady, Darren O'Dea, debutant James Forrest and Robbie Keane gave Celtic a 4-0 victory against Motherwell and extended their winning run in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League to six games.
Four minutes after the break McGeady beat Well keeper John Ruddy from the edge of the box with a delightful chip and in the 78th minute his cross was headed in from close range by O'Dea.
Forrest came on for McGeady and scored two minutes from time before Keane, on for Morten Rasmussen, made it four for a win which will further strengthen the case of interim boss Neil Lennon getting the manager's post on a permanent basis.
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