Celtic’s performances in the league this season have failed to live up to those of last season, and one way this has been demonstrated is the number goals scored by the Hoops.
The Bhoys have scored 64 goals in the league, three less than top scorers Rangers. They really should be doing much better when you consider that they have a 13 point lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership table.
They need more goals from all area of the pitch as the season reaches its climax, which is why Callum McGregor’s goal against Hamilton is a good sign going forward for the Bhoys for the rest of the season.
The 24-year-old has scored nine goals this season, which is a good record for a box to box midfielder but Brendan Rodgers will be hoping that he can reach double figures by the end of the season.
It could be a case of history repeating for the Bhoys, as this time last season the player went on a great goal scoring run, including two goals in two games against Rangers.
If McGregor is able to repeat his achievements, the Hoops could well reach the Scottish Cup Final for the second season in a row, and a second successive domestic treble will be there for the taking.
In other Celtic news, a Portuguese side want to buy a Hoops striker