By Will Butcher
Celtic fans are delighted with Scott Sinclair on Twitter after he broke the deadlock in Celtic’s 3-0 win over Inverness.
The left winger calmly finished Callum McGregor’s chipped through ball early in the second half, as Brendan Rodgers’ side finally broke through the Caley Jags’ defence.
Sinclair’s goal was quickly followed by strikes from Leigh Griffiths and Tom Rogic, as the Hoops secured their fourth consecutive domestic clean sheet and tenth Scottish Premiership win.
Sinclair, who moved to Glasgow from Aston Villa this summer for around £3.5million, scored his tenth goal of the season in just 20 league and cup appearances.
Celtic fans were delighted to see the former Manchester City and Swansea man get on the scoresheet once again, with many claiming Sinclair to be a brilliant piece of business from manager Rodgers.
Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:
Scotty Sinclair goal to make it 1-0. pic.twitter.com/n9w93ZYlSA
— CelticForever (@CelticForever) November 5, 2016
What a signing @Scotty_Sinclair has been ??
— Ryan (@RQuinn1888) November 5, 2016
THE MAN THE MYTH THE LEGND THAT IS SCOTT SINCLAIR https://t.co/mJRLnBG5Hq
— gee? (@mvttyH) November 5, 2016
Scott Sinclair's gonny end up with 30 odd goals this season what a signing he's been
— Kenny (@67ONeill) November 5, 2016
Celtic take the lead through Scott Sinclair what a guy
— Ronan (@r_martin33) November 5, 2016
SCOTT SINCLAIR – I LOVE IT.
— Glasgow Is Green (@GIGPOD) November 5, 2016
— Belter (@darrenjdouglas) November 5, 2016
Scott Sinclair he scores when he wants ?⚽️ #CELICT
— Matthew Bhoy (@PaddyMcButti) November 5, 2016
The win pushes Celtic 10 points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership, with Rangers to play on Sunday and Aberdeen securing three points against Partick on Friday night.
Sinclair, who has worked with Northern Irishman Rodgers at Chelsea and Swansea before signing him for Celtic, is expected to keep up his goalscoring form as Celtic look to secure European football after Christmas.
In other Celtic news, this moment will be crucial if Celtic fail to secure Europa League football.