CELTIC’S £2.3million Serbian Stefan Scepovic netted twice as Getafe beat 10-man Las Palmas 4-0.
The striker, who joined the Hoops from Sporting Gijon last summer, is enjoying his loan spell at the Madrid club who have now won three in a row.
Scepovic, who came on as a substitute, pounced late in the game to claim his goals after Las Palmas had seen Emmanuel Culio given a straight red card in the second-half.
The Spanish top flight outfit have the option to buy the 25-year-old international at the end of his temporary transfer if everything works out.
Scepovic scored only six goals in 21 appearances for the Hoops and remains Ronny Deila’s second biggest purchase behind Jozo Simunovic, who cost £5.5million when he joined from Dinamo Zagreb in August.
Getafe were two goals ahead by the 11th minute through strikes from Victor Rodriguez and Pablo Sarabia to move up to 10th in the Primera Liga.
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