Welcome back to another podcast from the Randalstown Hoops were we look back as Celtic restored their 10-point lead at the top of the table after overcoming Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
Home manager Brendan Rodgers had changed to three at the back to allow Leigh Griffiths to play alongside Moussa Dembele up front.
But Inverness kept them at bay until Scott Sinclair pounced to fire home after the break.
Griffiths tapped in before Caley Thistle's Greg Tansey was sent off and Tom Rogic blasted home the third.
That second yellow card, which came moments after the second goal, well and truly ended Caley Thistle's hopes of frustrating Celtic for a second time this season.
And Celtic, whose only dropped points this season came at Caledonian Stadium, cruised to a sixth straight domestic clean sheet to stretch their lead over Aberdeen, who have also played one game more than the reigning champions.
Celtic kept their Champions League hopes alive by battling back to draw with Borussia Monchengladbach.
Scott Sinclair curled a shot against the post for the visitors before Lars Stindl volleyed Gladbach ahead.
Andre Hahn fired off the crossbar as the hosts pressed for a second and Celtic's Moussa Dembele drew a save from goalkeeper Yann Sommer.
Dembele was then fouled by Julian Korb, who was sent off, and the striker converted the resulting penalty.
Brendan Rodgers' side, who face Barcelona in Glasgow on 23 November, move on to two points at the bottom of Group C, trailing Gladbach by two points and final group opponents Manchester City by five.
We here from an old interview from Lubo Moravcik where he talks about playing in oldco games .However, his arrival in Scotland back in November 1998 may have been greeted with a mixture of scorn and ignorance by the overwhelming majority of the Scottish media, but when he left in June 2002, it was to universal acclaim.
Last off all this week we have a 20 min interview from Celtic legend The The Quiet Assassin David Hay who looks back at his time with Celtic and Scotland .