Celtic 25-year-old named in SPFL team of the week after win v Kilmarnock
By Dominic Toner
Celtic winger James Forrest has been named in the Scottish Professional Football League team of the week after the Hoops beat Kilmarnock 3-1 in the league.
The 25-year-old helped his side record a home victory on Saturday and it maintained their unbeaten domestic record this season.
Stuart Armstrong put the Boys in front in the first-half, but Jordan Jones drew the visitors level in the 65th minute.
However, attackers Scott Sinclair and Forrest secured the three points with goals, with the latter scoring a header from close-range.
Forrest was the only Celtic star named in the SPFL’s team of the week, as cited by their official Twitter account.
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Brendan Rodgers’ side have already wrapped up the league title and are now playing to preserve their unbeaten status.
The league champions also have a Scottish Cup semi-final against Rangers ahead of them as they look to complete a domestic treble.
The Bhoys have had several talented attackers shine this season, with Moussa Dembele, Leigh Griffiths, Armstrong and Sinclair receiving most of the plaudits.
Forrest has played a pivotal role for Celtic this season and been highly effective during his 40 appearances.
The right winger has managed to chip in with eight goals and supply 13 assists this campaign
In other Celtic news, Simon Jordan has destroyed the club over their Champions League campaign.