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Watt shines on Hoops debut
Celtic debutant Tony Watt scored twice in three remarkable second-half minutes to help the Clydesdale Bank Premier League champions to a 3-0 victory over Motherwell at Fir Park.
The 18-year-old striker replaced Pawel Brozek in the 59th minute and volleyed in a Victor Wanyama cross three minutes later from a tight angle, before driving low past Well keeper Darren Randolph from the edge of the box.
Hoops wing-back Cha Du-ri headed in a third to deal a dent to the home side's Champions League aspirations, the Steelmen now only three points ahead of fourth-placed Dundee United having played the same amount of games.
Celtic started brightly and midfielder Kris Commons flashed a long-distance drive wide of the target before Brozek headed a Cha cross over the bar.
Motherwell's first real attack came midway through the first half when a flick from burly striker Michael Higdon set winger Chris Humphrey free but his drive drew a fine save from Lukasz Zaluska.
Pawel Brozek passed up on a great chance to open the scoring in the 34th minute after Wanyama had picked him out but the Hoops striker stabbed awkwardly at the ball which trundled past Randolph's right-hand post.
Watt made himself an almost instant hero with the Hoops supporters when he fired Celtic ahead seconds after coming on by returning a deep Wanyama cross back towards the goal with Randolph unable to keep it out.
Three minutes later he was set up by Joe Ledley before drilling the pass low past Randolph from the edge of the box to complete a dream debut.
Cha who got Celtic's third goal eight minutes from time, heading in a deep Paddy McCourt cross from close range.
The travelling fans were now in full voice as they chanted for Lennon, who must have watched with some satisfaction from his seat in the stand.