Dundee United suffered a 3-0 defeat to Celtic 3-0 in Glasgow despite the Dark Blues keeping Celtic at bay in the first half on Saturday.
Amadou Bakayoko, who scored in the Leone Stars final African Cup of Nations qualifiers in a 2-1 defeat to Guinea-Bissau, played the full-throttle in Dundee United’s defeat to Celtic.
Celtic climbed two points at the top of the Scottish Premiership after eventually overwhelming stubborn visitors Dundee.
The Sierra Leone International was making his sixth appearance since joining on a season-long loan from Forest Green Rovers.
David Turnbull opened the scoring from the penalty spot after the Scotland midfielder went down on the edge of the penalty box. Kyogo Furuhashi headed the second before he set up Matthew O’Riley for their third in the 67-minute.
As a result, the visitors were left to rue a golden opportunity to open the scoring during a goalless first half.
The defeat means Dundee sitting in ninth after winless in their last two