Hamilton Academical 0-1 Celtic: Early Forrest strike edges out hosts

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By Martin Watt
BBC Scotland
Celtic toiled into a slim win over Hamilton Academical to keep their 100% beginning.
James Forrest converted the cross of debutant Mohamed Elyounoussi in a first half.
A shot crashed off the crossbar following the break but Hamilton grew in intent and belief.
They made life tough for the winners and had a few half chances but Celtic held firm.
The fifth consecutive league victory for Neil Lennon’s side renders them six points clear from Rangers, who host Livingston.
Sit eighth with four points before their fixtures that are 3pm.
Accies director Brian Rice expected for strength from barricading his own backline with five defenders with George Oakley given a lonely change up top by himself.
Since the winners chiselled a way through the endeavor to tribes lasted less than four minutes, even however. A Odsonne Edouard lay-off that was lovely set Elyounoussi down the left and his cross was professionally remodeled house at the near post by Forrest for his seventh goal of a productive season up to now.
But what looked like a landslide shortly turned into a trickle as Polynesian neglected to cement their excellence.
Much like his own team, Elyounoussi – a #17m winger that has landed in Southampton on loan at Celtic – started impressively then lost his way.
Despite possession statistics of 73 percent in favor of the traffic, dwelling keeper Owain Fon Williams’ gloves went untouched until he made a terrific save on to the underside of his bar and away to safety.
The departure and combination drama from Lennon’s guys, who had been so notable in their Old Firm win at Ibrox was easy on the eye but straightforward to repel as Hamilton kept themselves in the match.
When Blair Alston mustered their first shot at goal just shy of their 40-minute mark into the arms of Fraser Forster the hosts were in nosebleed territory.
But they improved markedly in the second halfof fraying nerves using a string of raids. Alex Gogic nodded wastefully wide in the box Alston was only a couple of metres high with the attempt and after there was the free-kick floated on to his mind from the edge of the box after a surging run from Adrian Beck, on due to his debut.
Marios Ogkmpoe dragged wide in the angle, while Celtic replacement Vakoun Bayo flashed a header straight at Fon Williams.
Celtic were forced to sweat at the end of added time, even when Ogkmpoe failed to connect to Scott McMann ball across goal, but finally Accies’ spadework was all in vain.
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There was a queue of contenders in a display full of slick passing. Ryan and forrest Christie have been the very prominent but their team-mates failed to maintain dominance and the tempo.
This down to Accies imposed themselves more on the match. The effect of Gogic from the holding role in midfield that was central caught they eye , as did the exuberance of both Lewis Smith.
But dividing play, being the pillow before his defenders and trying to get Accies moving ahead, was sufficient for Gogic to get the nod.
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