Rogic has become a mainstay in Brendan Rodgers's starting eleven this season and repaid his manager's faith in full with another near-perfect display.
GOAL! 6-1 @Tom_Rogic pic.twitter.com/S15K5c1toK — Celtic Goals ⭐ (@CelticGoals) 24 September 2016
After Moussa Dembele's first-half double cancelled out Souleymane Coulibaly's opener, second-half goals to Leigh Griffiths, James Forrest, Scott Sinclair and Rogic emphatically put the match to bed.
The former Central Coast and Melbourne Victory midfielder looked unstoppable at times and left fans in awe yet again with both a goal and an assist.
With three goals in just six league appearances for the Hoops thus far, the defeat of Kilmarnock now stretches their lead atop the league table to five points with a game in hand on closest challengers, Hearts.
Celtic will now turn their attention to the UEFA Champions League as an unbeaten Manchester City visit Parkhead on Thursday (AEST).