Plenty of Celtic fans have been gushing over a clip posted by @CelticTV on Twitter which shows ‘unique angle’ footage of Odsonne Edouard’s second goal on Sunday.
You know the rest 😏
— Celtic TV (@CelticTV) February 2, 2020
The French striker put the Hoops 3-1 up at Hamilton in style in the 81st minute, collecting the ball just over 30 yards from goal and driving at the home side’s defence before making a clever run and exchanging a slick one-two with Tom Rogic, capping the move with a deft first-time finish past Luke Southwood. [via @CelticTV].
Edouard had earlier drawn Celtic level after Marios Ogkmpoe had given Hamilton a 26th-minute lead and it remained 1-1 until the final 15 minutes, when goals from Christopher Jullien, Edouard and James Forrest sealed a victory that extends the Hoops’ lead at the top of the Premiership to seven points. [via Sky Sports]
The 22-year-old striker has been in excellent form since the mid-season break, with his double at New Douglas Park on Sunday taking him to five goals from Celtic’s first four league games of 2020, having also struck twice against Ross County recently. [via TransferMarkt]
These Hoops fans on Twitter hugely enjoyed the ‘unique angle’ footage of the Frenchman’s latest goal for the club:
Thing of beauty😍😍😍
— Boab Whyte (@BoabWhyte1) February 3, 2020
Like poetry in motion..
— Mark James (@TheWebsEdge) February 3, 2020
The footwork from Edouard and then that pass from Rogic 😍
— Señor Celtic🍀 (@SenorCeltic) February 2, 2020
That final pass from Tam? Perfection!
— Michael Duignan (@Michael_Duignan) February 2, 2020
— Damien Mitchell (@Sligodamo32) February 3, 2020
What a brilliant goal. Hail Hail ☘️
— Kevin McLaughlin (@K7_CMU) February 3, 2020
That pass from big tam is outrageous
— Liam Roberts (@liamroberts92) February 2, 2020
What did you make of the footage of Edouard’s second goal against Hamilton? How vital has be been for Celtic this season? Comment below with your views!
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