A lot of Celtic fans are enjoying reminiscing about a goal scored by Mikael Lustig, after the club tweeted the story behind his keyboard celebration on Twitter.
Lustig’s memorable keyboard celebration came when he scored two goals against Hibernian in the League Cup semi-final on October 21, 2017, via Celtic FC.
Having entertained fans with some funny pretend piano playing in the gym via social media on Instagram earlier that week, the defender mirrored the same display after netting his first at the national stadium. Clearly it was antics like this that made the player a fan favourite, with many missing the Swedish defender.
The right-back enjoyed a great career at The Celts, playing 276 times and even managing to score an impressive 26 goals along the way, per Transfermarkt. He won eight league titles in a row, as well as winning both the Scottish Cup and League Cup four times each.
He now plays in Belgium for Gent after he left Celtic on a free transfer last summer.
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) April 20, 2020
Coolest guy ever and a cracking player. Gave his all for the team and loved the club..
— robert arbuckle (@maleysbhoy) April 20, 2020
Will never forget that game, my bhoys big day! pic.twitter.com/8BUDqATesZ
— Joe Lee (@joejnr75) April 20, 2020
Love that maniac
— Bungo_FCSP ☠️ (@Bungo_StPauli) April 20, 2020
Miss him so much https://t.co/JP0oXvNtmn
— Chiara Eden Mill (@EdenMill_Chiara) April 20, 2020
— Jordan Rafferty (@RiffraffJ13) April 20, 2020
— Kirsty🌻X (@kirschaX) April 20, 2020
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