sport news Celtic 2-1 St Mirren: Brendan Rodgers' side come from behind to extend unbeaten ... trends now
A late strike by substitute Oh Hyeon-gyu gave Celtic a hard-fought 2-1 cinch Premiership win over St Mirren at Parkhead.
Saints attacker Conor McMenamin headed the well-organised visitors into a shock lead in the seventh minute but the Hoops responded as expected.
Returning midfielder David Turnbull levelled in the 18th minute with a terrific strike before hitting the post with a penalty just before the half-hour mark.
Brendan Rodgers' men kept working away in the second half and eventually got their reward in the 83rd minute when South Korean attacker Oh, on for Turnbull, fired high past excellent Buddies goalkeeper Zach Hemming for his first goal of the season.
Rodgers' side had dropped points at the weekend with a goalless draw at Hibernian but the main talking point ahead of the game was the Green Brigade's ban from Celtic Park for 'increasingly serious escalation in unacceptable behaviours'.
The move came after incidents including the fan group's co-ordination of a display showing solidarity with the people of Palestine at last week's Champions League game against Atletico Madrid and their absence impacted on the atmosphere.
Rodgers, however, had to get on with winning a game of football and with centre-back Cameron