Celtic eased some of the mounting pressure on boss Neil Lennon as they thrashed managerless Kilmarnock in the Scottish Premiership.
While their 10-in-a-row hopes are all but over, a commanding performance delivered their biggest win since September.
A Scott Brown header, a double from Odsonne Edouard and a late goal from Albian Ajeti sealed the points.
It brings Celtic within 20 points of Rangers with a game in hand.
For Kilmarnock, under interim manager James Fowler for the first time since Alex Dyer’s departure on Saturday, they suffered their fourth defeat in a row as they remain ninth in the table.
The Ayrshire club remain five points clear of bottom but having played two more games than Hamilton.
Both sides wanted a reaction. Kilmarnock had won just twice in 11 games and Dyer paid the price on Saturday. Lennon was still hanging on at Celtic, but one win in six has made his position increasingly unstable.
The start both sides made was encouraging. Celtic enjoyed the bulk of…
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