After having their opening fixture postponed, Patrick Thistle made a bright start to their Scottish Premier League campaign after trashing their visitor, Ross County in midweek.
Having their supposedly first game against Celtic postponed didn't give any problems for Thistle as they put on an aggressive display at home.
The host got themselves in front after 40 minutes of play through Stuart Bannigan's effort which lasted until half time break.
In the second half, Thistle continue their attacking effort and got their second goal on 55 minutes thanks to an own goal from Benedict Frempah.
The home team were far from ending their domination though as they added a third through Gary Fraser on 73 minutes, before Stephen O'Donnel sealed their victory with a fourth goal in stoppage time.