With a convincing win over Aberdeen, Celtic regained their eight-point lead in the Scottish Premiership title contest.
Hyun-Jun Yang scored his first goal for Celtic with a header, and Brendan Rodgers’ team made no attempt to hold onto their Champions League thumping of Atletico Madrid.
After Thursday night’s exhausting Europa League match in Greece, the Dons produced nothing, with Matt O’Riley setting up Kyogo Furuhashi for a tap in a split second.
After a collision with Slobodan Rubezic in the second half, Kyogo was substituted out, and Luis Palma scored Celtic’s third goal from the penalty spot after Jack MacKenzie had taken down Hyeon-Gyu Oh in the area.
Stoppage-time goals from David Turnbull and Oh helped Celtic win the Scottish Premiership for the ninth time in a row. Aberdeen sits in eighth place going into the international break.