By John Reid
Celtic striker Moussa Dembele is once again in the news for his scoring exploits.
The Frenchman scored an 11 minute hat-trick for his national side’s Under-21s in a 3-1 victory over Slovenia.
Following the match, Celtic supporters took to Twitter to hail the latest performance of their star striker.
Here are the best reactions from delighted Celtic fans:
Moussa Dembele’s 12 minute hat-trick from the French Under 21’s game.
The third is a belter. pic.twitter.com/0zeta9J8Oh
— Focus on Celtic (@FocusOnCeltic) November 13, 2017
A special player #MoussaOnFire
— Tommy Sheridan (@citizentommy) November 13, 2017
Love that he's at Celtic #backtohisbest
— steve murray (@sdceltic1) November 14, 2017
That 3rd goal is just filth????⚽????⚽????⚽
— ????Glesga Giuseppe???? (@Glesga7Giuseppe) November 13, 2017
Let's hope he keeps that up in the hoops.Great young talent who will flourish under BR
— Jim Campbell (@jfc1197) November 14, 2017
Get him signed up long term Celtic
— helen mccallum (@HMccallum_75) November 13, 2017
Class is permanent! HH ????????????????
— Thomas McMullan (@Tamthetim) November 13, 2017
Dembele recently returned from a series of hamstring injuries in fine form.
He has scored four goals since his return, for a total of six goals in 12 games this season.
The 21-year-old had a breakout season last year, scoring 32 goals as Celtic completed their first domestic treble since 2001, and their first unbeaten league season since the 1890s.
He caught the attention of many with his performances in the Champions League, which included scoring a double against Manchester City in a 3-3 draw at Celtic Park.
Whilst injuries have slowed him down slightly at the start of this season, he was back in goal scoring form before the international break with a goal against St Johnstone as Celtic set a new British record of 63 domestic games undefeated.
The Frenchman also played well in Celtic’s recent Champions League match against Bayern Munich, and he will be looking to impress when he returns to Paris next week when Celtic play PSG.
In other Celtic news, Martin O’Neill has paid tribute to Liam Miller