The boys beat Motherwell in a close, cliff-hanger game. Motherwell were in the lead but McGeady scored in the 51st minute, bringing the game back to a draw. With only 11 minutes to go, Marc-Antoine Fortune landed the last goal and the boys beat Motherwell 3-2.

This marks Celtic’s fourth win in a row and the team tops the Scottish Premier League.

Georgios Samaras scored first for Celtic before Motherwell’s Lukas Jutkiewicz came back with an equalizer.

Mark Reynolds next put the ball in the net, giving Motherwell a 2-1 lead before McGeady scored again for Celtic.

Celtic substitute Marc-Antoine Fortune was on the pitch for less than a minute before landing the final goal.

"It was a great football match with a lot of good play,” Celtic manager Tony Mowbray later told the BBC.

"From our perspective, we looked in total control of the football game in the first half, but we came in 2-1 down after shooting ourselves in the foot.

"But we got the job done, which is all-important at this stage – to keep picking up the points – and I think we warranted them.