Better With Every Viewing - Celtic Skipper Scott Brown Unleashes World-Class Screamer In St. Johnstone Rout
On Sunday afternoon, Celtic broke the Scottish record for the most FA Cup fixture wins in a row, making it astonishingly 24 after seeing seeing off St. Johnstone 5-0 at Celtic Park.
The Hoops are seemingly intent on retaining the Scottish FA Cup for the third successive season, booking their place in the Quarter-Finals in emphatic fashion.
Though Scott Sinclair bagged a hattrick, captain Scott Brown produced the best goal of the game with an absolute worldie to make it 2-0 and start taking the game firmly out of the Saints hands.
The skipper collected the ball outside of the St. Johnstone box and had no hesitation in unleashing a screamer that left goalkeeper Zander Clark utterly helpless as it rocketed into the back of the net.
It’s a goal certainly worthy of anything seen in the English Premier League, getting better and better with every viewing, and the multiple angles provided by you below.
As the commentator states, they might not come along very often for Brown - it’s been two years since he last scored for Celtic - but it has certainly been worth the wait.
33-year-old Brown has been part of the Celtic furniture for almost 12 years, since 2007 and has represented them the most times at European level.
Manager Brendan Rodgers is attempting to achieve a stunning treble-treble, after winning the Scottish Premiership, League Cup, and FA Cup in the past two seasons.
Sinclair’s hattrick, Brown’s stunner and a goal from James Forrest right in the middle of that procession has certainly helped the Glasgow side take another step forward in achieving that.
Take a look at Brown's absolute thronker below.