Brendan Rodgers has urged Celtic supporters to "show respect" after some fans ran on the pitch at various points during the victory over Aberdeen.

The Scottish champions ran out 6-0 winners against Barry Robson's men thanks to goals from Yang Hyun-jun, Kyogo Furuhashi, Luis Palma, David and a double from Oh Hyeon-gyu as the Parkhead bounced back from the midweek disappointment against Atletico Madrid.

However, on three separate occasions, a fans ended up on the field. One supporter was able to get close to both sets of players before doubling back and eventually being grabbed by stewards.

And Rodgers hopes it will not be a regular occurrence. Speaking to BBC Radio Scotland, he said: "It’s silly. We had a young guy come on at Livingston which was at the end of the game.

“But (what happened today) isn’t the Celtic way. Stay off the pitch, watch the game and show some respect.”

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Rodgers also provided an injury update on Kyogo after the Japan international was involved in a collision.

The Japan international was substituted after a clash of heads with Pittodrie defender Slobodan Rubezic just after half time.

He received treatment on the pitch after the foul by the Montengran who was shown a yellow card for his challenge.

And Rodgers revealed that the 28-year-old will not be travelling with his country on international duty.

Speaking to Sky Sports, he said: "It was not great for him. Obviously it was a nasty blow for him so he will not travel to Japan as he will need to recover.

"The medical team will make sure he is okay. I have not seen it back but it looked a real sore one."