Rodgers has praised the Celtic squad after a "good win"

The Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers, has praised a “good win” against Hamilton Academical, who the Hoops saw off 3-1 at Celtic Park.
Celtic was in control of possession and took all three points, after a resounding display, by the squad. Ntcham scored first for the Celts before Redmond scored to equalise for the Accies, shortly after Forrest scored to regain the advantage and then followed quickly by Sinclair who scored a minute after, Forrest’s goal.
He said their match against Rangers shows they are no pushovers, and if his team had been more clinical they would have been further ahead.

Hamilton have shown why they have gone to Ibrox and other places and won games
“We tried something different tonight in our formation and it worked well for us with three goals.
“At this time of the season, when games are coming thick and fast, it was a good win.
“If we had been more clinical, we would have been further ahead”
Celtic are now unbeaten in 69 domestic games, and sit top of the Scottish Premier Football League, with a total of 41 points in 17 games.
How much longer do you think Brendan Rodgers’ men can hold onto the domestically unbeaten run?