It was a bad night on and off the park for Dundee last night as they visited Glasgow.

Tony Docherty's men were hammered 7-1 by Celtic at Parkhead, with their top six chances taking an almighty blow at the hands of the champions.

The Hoops cast aside their Premiership opponents in easy fashion, with Brendan Rodgers' side 6-0 up at half-time.

The goals came from Cameron Carter-Vickers, Adam Idah, Matt O'Riley, Daizen Maeda, Greg Taylor, Callum McGregor and Daniel Kelly.

The Hoops remain two points behind Rangers despite the result after they staged a second-half comeback at Kilmarnock to win 2-1.

But the night didn't end there for Dundee, with their journey back up the A9 delayed after their team bus broke down.

They didn't even make it out of the east end before the bus faltered, with photos emerging on social media of it being towed away on London Road.

It's been claimed by users on X that the Celtic team bus had to drop off Celtic's players before returning to rescue them.

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Rodgers said it felt as though Celtic had rolled back the years to his first spell in charge of the club with their mauling of Dundee, and he hopes it was the moment that the synergy between himself, the team and the supporters was re-established.

“It felt more like when I was here the first time - that ruthless mentality of the team, simplicity of the game and the football we played,” Rodgers said. And that’s why we are here, to entertain the supporters.

“There was a really nice moment at half time when they were coming in. The fans could see then how the level of performance had jumped up. We had everything we wanted from the game - the runs, the movement, the ambition."