Australian forward Lyndon Dykes helped his side Livingston to a shock victory against Celtic scoring in a 2-0 win over the Scottish superpower.
The 23-year old managed his third Scottish Premiership goal for Livingston in his sixth appearance.
Celtic went down to ten men after just 26 minutes with Ryan Christie given his marching orders.
Scott Robinson opened the scoring for Livingston just after the beginning of the second half before Dykes finished Celtic off in the 73rd minute.
Goalkeeper Martija Sakic a ball over the top of the Celtic defence as the Aussie breached the offside trap. Latching onto the end of it Dykes lobbed the ball over experienced keeper Fraser Forster.
And here is the goal! ⚽️ pic.twitter.com/DOAkbyilLH— Nicholas Rupolo (@NickRupolo) October 6, 2019
The night ended prematurely though with Dykes coming off injured with a few minutes to play.
Livingston jumped up to eighth in the Scottish Premiership table after the stunning victory.
Dykes hails from the Gold Coast and has the choice to play for Scotland through his parents heritage.
The striker however has expressed his interest to play for the Socceroos.