A lot of Celtic fans are discussing former forward Harald Brattbakk, after the club posted an article reminiscing over his four goals in one match at Kilmarnock.
Brattbakk impressed with the stunning performance against Killie in a 4-0 thrashing at Celtic Park on February 21, 1998, via Celtic FC. The game was in the middle of an unbeaten run which would last for 14 games between January and April of that year. He was an unstoppable striker on the day as he hit all four, and, having hit the post twice, was unfortunate not to have netted a double hattrick.
The Norwegian played 58 games for the Hoops, scoring 20 goals along the way, via thecelticwiki and will always hold a place in Celtic hearts after scoring the goal that stopped Rangers from securing a record 10 league championships in a row.
However it seems like fans are still not agreeing on how good he was at the club, with many believing he could have been better than he was.
Here is what fans had to say following the tweet:
I was at that game he could have scored 7
— West Belfast Celt (@sadliercfc1986) April 30, 2020
Shame we didn’t get the best of him. He was a cracking player, just didn’t click!
— Danny Brown (fatman2fitman) (@DannyBrown82) April 30, 2020
Still think we were sold the wrong guy
— MickybarstewarD (@Grassizgreen11) April 30, 2020
I bet a 4-0 score and brattbakk to score 1st goal.
Right near the end he missed a chance for 5 & I was only one cheering
— harry (@1Step_Beyond) April 30, 2020
Should have scored 8 that day.
Was never good enough for us. Lacked confidence
— MARK ANDREW (@mda732) April 30, 2020
— alan maccuish (@skooshmaccuish) April 30, 2020
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