Celtic won yet again as they continue their march to yet more silverware.
Celtic won courtesy of goals from Jozo Simunovic and Stuart Armstrong, with Faissal El Bakhtaoui netting a superb consolation for the hosts, and after the full-time whistle there was one player in particular Rodgers was eager to praise.
Speaking about Armstrong, the Celtic boss said, “I thought he was outstanding. He’s just got this inbuilt brain to score goals; all different types of goals.
“(He is a) big talent and only going one way.”
Armstrong has played 37 times for Celtic in all competitions this season, scoring 12 goals and providing seven assists in the process, and on this evidence he is going to be a crucial player for club and country for years to come.
Celtic’s latest win means they now have 83 points from just 29 matches and are 25 points clear of their closest challengers Aberdeen.
After the international break, Celtic face Hearts away on 2 April before welcoming Partick Thistle to Celtic Park a few days later, with their next massive game coming in the semi-final of the Scottish Cup against Rangers.
BR on @StuArmstrong16: "I thought he was outstanding. He's just got this inbuilt brain to score goals, all different types of goals."— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) March 19, 2017
BR: "Big talent and only going one way. Nice for us and Scotland."— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) March 19, 2017