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Summary

  1. Gogic heads in late consolation for Accies
  2. Edouard scores on Celtic debut
  3. Sinclair adds second and third goals
  4. Armstrong strokes home opener for Celtic
  5. Celtic unbeaten in 53 domestic matches
  6. Accies without a home win against Celtic since 1989

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  1. Good night

    FT: Hamilton 1-4 Celtic

    It was a comfortable night's work for the champions as they stretch their unbeaten domestic run to a whopping 54 games.

    A much sterner test awaits on Tuesday when Neymar, Cavani and Mbappe are in Glasgow on Champions League duty.

    We'll be all over that one but there's a packed Premiership card to come before that, with five top flight games tomorrow. Make sure you join us for all of the action.

  2. Coming up later...

    FT: Hamilton 1-4 Celtic

    We'll have highlights of tonight's game available online from midnight. It's worth staying up to see a cracking opening goal from Stuart Armstrong.

    Celtic were 4-1 winner at Hamilton
  3. Post update

    FT: Hamilton 1-4 Celtic

    Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers being such a nice bloke has come back for a second attempt at a Radio Scotland interview:

    "It's a great debut from Odsonne Edouard. He received a round of applause from all the players and staff after the game.

    "It's difficult for a young lad coming in and not speaking the language. He's fitted in very well, you can see his natural hunger to work and he's produced a very good performance.

    "All striker's want is to get goals and he's got one and he had other opportunities.

    "I know what I have, I have no doubts. I have the players I want and we have players coming back from injury."

  4. Post update

    FT: Hamilton 1-4 Celtic

    Kris Commons

    Former Celtic attacker on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Hamilton are still in a great position. Tonight was one of those when they had nothing to lose. They tried to press from the start and create a few chance but inevitably Celtic shone through. They can go back in their dressing room and say, 'We gave it our best shot. We came up against a Celtic team that was far superior, we go on to the next game.' Wipe it under the carpet and move on to the next one.
  5. Post update

    FT: Hamilton 1-4 Celtic

    Hamilton manager Martin Caning talking to BT Sport.

    "Celtic were excellent in the first half with their movement and pace. When Celtic are in that kind of mood, a lot of teams will struggle.

    "We made changes for the second half and closed down the spaces. It wasn't pretty and it's not the way we want to play but I said to the players 'let's not lose the second half'.

    "It's easy to feel sorry for yourself at 3-0 down at half-time against the champions but these boys never give up."

  6. Post update

    FT: Hamilton 1-4 Celtic

    Brendan Rodgers looking ahead to a mouth-watering test against Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday.

    "It's about recovering from this game and setting out a game plan," he tells BT Sport. "First game of the Champions League against one of the great teams in the world, it will be another special night at Celtic Park."

  7. Gremlins at work

    FT: Hamilton 1-4 Celtic

    Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers has gone all Norman Collier on us in his BBC Radio Scotland interview.

    The bits I could hear...

    "On the back of an international break, it was a very pleasing performance.

    "We switched off at the corner. I would think at 1-0 we would defend that."

    *Any non old duffers will need to look up who Norman Collier is...

  8. Post update

    FT: Hamilton 1-4 Celtic

    Aberdeen will need to beat Hearts at Murrayfield tomorrow if they want to reclaim top spot.

    Here's what Saturday's fixture list looks like:

    Hearts v Aberdeen

    Motherwell v Kilmarnock

    Rangers v Dundee

    Ross County v Partick Thistle

    St Johnstone v Hibernian

    We'll have all the action covered on BBC Radio Scotland and the BBC Sport website.

  9. Scant consolation

    FT: Hamilton 1-4 Celtic

    Martin Dowden

    BBC Sport Scotland at the SuperSeal Stadium

    Alex Gogic's late header meant little to the outcome although Hamilton will perhaps take something from the fact they drew the second half. Certainly not much more.

    Celtic dominated throughout but that slackness at the end is a timely reminder ahead of Paris Saint-Germain. They'll punish that more effectively than Hamilton could.

    Overall, it was a confidence boosting performance from Celtic. A different challenge awaits on Tuesday.

  10. Post update

    FT: Hamilton 1-4 Celtic

    Steven Thompson

    Former Scotland striker on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Edouard was always willing to run in behind. He looked calm and composed and he's going to be a big asset for Celtic
    Odsonne Edouard
  11. FULL-TIME Hamilton 1-4 Celtic

    Celtic go back to the top of the Premiership pile after a dominant display. Odsonne Edouard grabbed a goal on his debut, adding to a Stuart Armstrong strike and a double from Scott Sinclair.

    The only black mark on a comfortable night for the champions was the concession of a soft late goal from a corner.

  12. Post update

    Hamilton 1-4 Celtic

    Last chance for Scott Sinclair to grab his hat-trick and take the match ball home as he sets up a free kick on the left edge of the penalty area. The curling shot rises a foot or two over the target.

  13. Post update

    Hamilton 1-4 Celtic

    Another goal for PSG in Metz. Lucas Moura this time for 5-1.

  14. Post update

    Hamilton 1-4 Celtic

    Steven Thompson

    Former Scotland striker on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: It's a poor decision from Craig Gordon. He wasn't going to get that ball and he's left the goal gaping
  15. GOAL Hamilton 1-4 Celtic

    Alex Gogic

    Ali Crawford swings in what is just Hamilton's third corner of the evening and Alex Gogic rises at the near post to head home. Celtic keeper Craig Gordon came off his line but was nowhere near it, flapping at fresh air.

  16. Post update

    Hamilton 0-4 Celtic

    Following a wee lull, Celtic suddenly spring into life again as Scott Sinclair powers forward leaving a trail of puffing Accies men in his wake. He picks out Odsonne Edouard but the striker takes too long and is eventually crowded out, his shot deflected behind.

  17. Post update

    Hamilton 0-4 Celtic

    The game is pretty flat now as Hamilton make another change. Accies substitute David Templeton takes over from Scott Boyd.

  18. Post update

    Hamilton 0-4 Celtic

    It's another goal for Edson Cavani and I'm beginning to rue my decision to add PSG updates as the scoreline ticks over in Metz. 4-1 to the visitors, who are Celtic's next opponents, now.

  19. Post update

    Hamilton 0-4 Celtic

    Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers makes his final change, with Jozo Simunovic replaced by Nir Bitton.

    Accies take off Dougie Imrie, with Alex Gogic on for the final 15.

  20. Edouard emergence

    Hamilton 0-4 Celtic

    Martin Dowden

    BBC Sport Scotland at the SuperSeal Stadium

    Debutant Odsonne Edouard has really delivered and looks a valuable asset. His goal was perfectly executed and his all round game looks very strong.

    Moments after his strike, Edouard nodded off the bar although offside was given. He then teed up Sinclair for his hat trick, although it deflected off the post and behind.

    Griffiths, Dembele, Edouard looks a formidable attacking trio to have at your disposal. Not to mention the others behind them.