ADAM MATTHEWS thanked Scott Brown for his “advice” before he scored his wonder goal in Celtic’s 2-0 win over Hamilton.
The defender revealed a shout from the captain led to his spectacular effort.
Matthews said: “Kris Commons played a good ball to me and, after I took my first touch, Broony shouted, ‘Shoot’.
“So, I didn’t think twice and, luckily for me, it went into the top corner.”
The Welsh international added: “The first 60 minutes saw some of the best football we have played all season.
“In the first-half, we caused them a lot of problems and could have scored a lot of goals.
“But we got two good goals, we’re happy with the three points and the way we played.
“Now we will be looking to kick on against Motherwell at Celtic Park on Wednesday.”
An injury time leveller gave Aberdeen a 3-3 draw with Dundee at Pittodrie on Saturday.
The Dons are two points ahead at the top of the Premiership, but the Hoops have two games in hand.
A triumph in midweek will put the champions in pole position once again.