By Harvey Byrne
In form Celtic striker Moussa Dembele put in a good display for the France Under-21s side on Thursday – and Hoops fans expressed their delight on Twitter.
The 20-year-old made his debut for the young national side during a 5-1 victory over Georgia’s Under-21s and managed to get on the scoresheet himself.
The striker scored his country’s fourth goal on the 74th minute, marking his sixth goal in five appearances for club and country.
Hoops fans took to social media following his latest goal and were delighted that their young forward was continuing his scoring run.
Here are a selection of their messages on Twitter:
Good to see Moussa Dembele getting on the scoresheet for France U21s. Keep it up big man!
— Marty Strong (@MartyStrong88) October 6, 2016
Moussa Dembele scores acrobatic goal for France under-21s, justifying those 'new Karamoko Dembele' claims
— Oldfirmfacts (@Oldfirmfacts1) October 6, 2016
Really quality finish… https://t.co/UEx5hnMY52
— Celtic SupportersFTT (@CSFTT) October 6, 2016
Brilliant goal! https://t.co/NLL3JnMURb
— Celtic Faithful (@CelticFaithful_) October 6, 2016
Great goal from Dembele for France u21 gonna be a lot of scouts kicking about Celtic park can't loose him like every other talent we get man
— dylan smith (@dyl1888) October 6, 2016
@mattgood Arsenal are kicking themselves now over young dembele scoring for France u21 , he will end up at barca or real now
— agg0203 (@GaultAllan) October 6, 2016
Heard moussa dembele is worth 25 mill noo cause ae that France u21 goal
— Tam Mikhailichenko (@TamGraham54) October 6, 2016
Dembele moved to the Hoops in the summer, agreeing a four-year deal from Championship club Fulham.
He has become one of the brightest talents in football following his move with 12 goals in his first 17 appearances for the club.
Brendan Rodgers is looking to lead his side to their 48th league title win, while also remaining competitive in the Champions League and youngster Dembele is helping his club’s cause.
Celtic are sat at the top of the Scottish Premiership after seven matches, four points clear of second place Aberdeen with a game in hand.
They are also sat in third place in their Champions League group, following a draw against Manchester City and heavy defeat against Barcelona.
In other Celtic team news, James Forrest has praised the influence of Brendan Rodgers at the Hoops after agreeing a new deal with the club.