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First Celtic goal for Tierney

Teenager starts the scoring in 7-0 win

Kieran Tierney had a great end to his breakthrough season at Celtic.

The Douglas-born 18-year-old scored the opener in a 7-0 demolition of Motherwell.

It was his first senior goal for the club in what was their final Scottish Premiership match of the season.

With the title already sewn up, there was no pressure on Celtic to win the match, but the players provided a big send-off for manager Ronny Deila, who is leaving after two seasons with the Glasgow giants.

Deila has overseen Tierney's introduction to the first team, and has been rewarded with a string of impressive performances.

He wasn't the youngest scorer on the day, though.

That honour went to Jack Aitcheson, who at just 16 years and 71 days became the club's youngest debutant and goalscorer ever, netting just three minutes after coming on.

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