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25/11/2016 - 11:44 BST

It’s What Top Teams Are About – Celtic Star Sees Top Team Signs In Bhoys

 




Erik Sviatchenko has insisted that Celtic are showing the traits of a “top team”, ahead of his side’s Scottish League Cup final game against Aberdeen on Sunday.

The Bhoys, who bowed out of Europe for the season after losing 2-0 to Barcelona in the Champions League on Wednesday night, have however been in stupendous form domestically in the present campaign.




In addition to reaching the Scottish League Cup final, Celtic presently find themselves 10 points clear at the top of the league table with a game in hand.

Brendan Rodgers’ team, who are yet to lose a game in Scotland this season, have scored the most goals amongst the Scottish Premiership clubs this season, while conceding the fewest in the division; Celtic have not conceded in their last six league outings.

 


And Sviatchenko explained that scoring goals and conceding so few shows that Celtic are a “top club”, who are aware that they are difficult team to beat or score against.

“That’s what top teams are about, scoring goals and keeping clean sheets”, he told Celtic TV.

“It’s the confidence we have at the moment, [when] we go into games. We just know that we are so difficult to beat.

“And the next thing is, it’s so difficult to score against us. And we know that we will score eventually in the game, even if it’s the first minute or the last minute.

“So, that’s the confidence we have at the moment.”


Following Sunday’s meeting with Aberdeen at Hampden, Celtic will play Motherwell on 3rd December.