Attacker is overrated: Three things we learned from Celtic win against Aberdeen
By Amir Mir
Football Insider analyses the three talking points after Celtic secure a 3-1 win against Aberdeen on Friday night at Pittodrie.
Treble will happen
Five times Aberdeen and Celtic have played each other this season and every game has resulted in the Scottish Premiership champions being on the winning side. Both teams are set to meet at the end of the month for a Scottish Cup final. Brendan Rodgers team already have the momentum going into the match but they have now deflated their opponents with the thumping win at Pittodrie on Friday night. The treble will happen for Rodgers side.
Proven on the domestic stage, now for Europe
Celtic have wiped the floor with their rivals on the domestic stage this season as they have more than proven their worth in Scotland. However, it is now time for them to make strides in Europe and produce the goods in the Champions League. The Hoops have a smaller budget than their rivals in Europe, but with Rodgers at the helm, they can make small strides towards success in the biggest club competition in the world.
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Scott Sinclair is overrated
When it comes to his performances in Scotland there is no doubt that Scott Sinclair has had a magnificent campaign. Over the course of the season, he has played 47 matches in all competitions, scoring an impressive 25 goals during those games and supplying 11 assists. However, during his previous campaign for Aston Villa, he scored only two goals in the Premier League and failed to get into a team that recorded only three wins all season. There is no doubt that Celtic’s attacker is overrated as his struggles in England’s top flight compared to Scotland have proven.
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