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Aberdeen 0 - 6 Celtic

SPL
Celtic scorers: Lambert 21, Mahe 27, Moravcik 67, Viduka 75, Wright 88

11/12/1999 | KO: 15:00

Dons Cave In Again to Celtic

Celtic thrashed the Dons 6-0 at Pittodrie today, with four of the goals coming in the final 25 minutes.
Paul Lambert opened the scoring after 21 minutes, beating Leighton to put the visitors 1-0 ahead.
Celtic's lead was extended 6 minutes later when Stephane Mahe struck to make it 2-0.

The Dons held out until the 67th minute, when Lubomir Moravcik struck to make it 3-0. Mark Viduka pounced on a loose ball after ex-Scotland international goalkeeper Jim Leighton spilled it, and Viduka made it 4-0.
Ex Sheffield Wednesday winger Regi Blinker made it 5-0 with nine minutes remaining, and on loan star Ian Wright grabbed his second goal of his Celtic career to make it 6-0, the third big defeat of Aberdeen by Celtic this season. The Dons have conceded 18 goals to the Glasgow giants in just three games.

67 mins: LUBOMIR MORAVCIK has made it 3-0 with a wonderful strike, and put the game beyond any reasonable doubt.

75 mins: A costly mistake from Jim Leighton has led to a fourth goal for Celtic, VIDUKA getting on the end of it.

85 mins: REGI BLINKER has scored to make it 5-0.

88 mins: IAN WRIGHT knocks in goal number six for Celtic

Celtic Teamsheet
Gould, McNamara, Stubbs, Tebily, Mahe, Lambert, Weighorst, Berkovic, Mjalby, Viduka, Moravcik
Attendance: 16,532
Venue: Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen
Referee: T. M. McCurry, Glasgow
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