Luis Palma showed his support for a fellow Honduran with his celebration after scoring for Celtic today.

The winger netted his side's third with what was essentially the last kick of the game at Fir Park.

Brendan Rodgers' side won 3-1 in Lanarkshire, coming from behind with goals from Adam Idah before Palma's tap-in.

The 24-year-old, who was a second-half substitute, took his Celts jersey off after finding the net to reveal a white top underneath with Spanish written on it.

The message on it read: "Fuerzas Elis". This translates as strong Elis.

This was in tribute to Alberth Ellis, who suffered a sickening head clash during Bordeaux's Ligue 2 against Guingamp.

The attacker was knocked out cold in the game and was rushed to hospital. He was placed in an induced coma, with no further update on his condition available at this time.

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Meanwhile, Brendan Rodgers was in no mood to hang about after taking exception to some questioning live on BBC Sportsound.

The Celtic manager was speaking to the national broadcaster after his side staged a late comeback victory at Fir Park.

He said: "There's absolutely no doubt (the squad are capable), the key thing for us is to stay together, there's still a long way out.

"Even if we draw the game today, four points is not a lot in my experience. I've been five points ahead with three or four games to go so four points would've been nothing.

"To get the win was important for us, psychologically, and for our football. It was another game to convince that when we play how we can play then the goals and creativity will be there. So I'm delighted for the players because like I've said, there's a story been written about this group, so we will write our own story."