Celtic fans on Twitter have heaped praise on Olivier Ntcham, after the 22-year-old dominated Rangers for the second time in a month.
After being man of the match in the Bhoys’ 3-2 win at Ibrox in March which all but clinched the league title, the £4.5million strolled through the Scottish Cup semi-final against the Ibrox men, scoring the fourth goal in the Bhoys’ 4-0 victory.
Hoops fans were thrilled with the Frenchman’s performance, as his midfield partnership with Hoops captain Scott Brown once again paid huge dividends for the Bhoys.
One far want as far to claim that he was ‘too good’ for Scottish football.
Here are some of the best reactions from Twitter to Ntcham’s performance:
Big Ntcham could've had his slippers on mate, didn't break sweat
— Ajer(A) (@KristofferEire) April 15, 2018
Olivier Ntcham is an outstanding player for Celtic. Absolutely strolls high pressure games, has ridiculous vision and technique and unbelievably is still only 22.
— John McGinley (@jhnmcgnly) April 15, 2018
Ntcham was excellent today. Just an absolute class act on the ball. The fact him and Moussa are only 22 and 21 is frightening. People forget how young they are sometimes
— Michael Waters (@mickwaters91) April 15, 2018
Thought ntcham was superb today
— M Daly (@cfcdaly) April 15, 2018
Ntcham played that game wae a cigar in his mouth. Boss.
— Melly (@kmcfc_) April 15, 2018
Ntcham btw. Outstanding.
— KieranTierneyCSC (@LeighsLeftPeg) April 15, 2018
Olivier Ntcham is too good for Scottish football, strolled it
— Shaun Morrison (@shaunmorrison_) April 15, 2018
Ntcham has been a mainstay of the Hoops this season, making 43 appearances and scoring eight goals so far, which is a very good record for a midfield man.
The signing of Ntcham has also added a new dimension to Brown’s game, as the Hoops skipper and the Frenchman have formed a partnership which has been at the heart of most of the Hoops’ good performances this season.
The Frenchman looks set to be a key player for the Hoops for years to come, and he could well replace Brown as the heartbeat of the Hoops side when the captain eventually retires.
In other Celtic news, Chris Sutton delivered his verdict on the Hoops’ victory