Kilmarnock goalscorer Liam Kelly holds off a challenge from Charlie Mulgrew Photograph: Reuters
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Not only did the Rugby Park side end their 57-year wait for a win at Parkhead to consolidate their position as Celtic's new bogey team, the clinching goal was delivered with aplomb from the penalty spot by none other than Liam Kelly, the midfielder pointing heavenward in celebration in remembrance of his father Jack, who passed away in the immediate aftermath of last March's Scottish Communities League Cup final win against the same opponents. In the name of the father, you might say.
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