Celtic kept their Champions League hops alive with a last gasp win over Hibernian.

Irish international Robbie Keane opened the scoring after just four minutes, but Hibs came straight back with a goal of their own two minutes later from Derek Riordan.

Another Dubliner was on the score sheet in the 54th minute, but this time is was former Sunderland player Anthony Stokes, who scored from the penalty spot.

However, unlike some of their recent shambolic performances, the Bhoys did not drop their heads, with Marc-Antoine Fortune leveling the game in the 80th minute before Morten Rasmussen snatched the three points with a winner in the 87th minute.

Celtic are now conformably in second spot and it looks like they will have at least the consolation of a Champions League spot in what has been a fairly dismal season overall.