Olivier Ntcham delivers Twitter verdict on Celtic win v Hamilton, fans wax lyrical in response
Olivier Ntcham has urged Celtic to keep working hard after scoring in the win against Hamilton on Wednesday night – prompting a great reaction from Hoops supporters on Twitter.
The 21-year-old summer signing from Manchester City has come onto a game in recent weeks, and he kept up his good form with the opening goal in the 3-1 win over Hamilton.
The goal was his fifth of the season, and he looks to be on course to hit double figures in his first season in Glasgow.
The £4.5 million man used his personal Twitter account after the win against Hamilton to urge his team-mates to “keep working hard”.
— Olivier Ntcham (@OlivierNtcham) December 13, 2017
The sentiment has gone down well with Celtic supporters, with one claiming that Ntcham should “play every game” from now on as the masses waxed lyrical about the Frenchman.
Here are a selection of the best reactions on Twitter to Ntcham’s tweet:
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Tell brendan to drop armstrong and make sure you play every game mucker. Cheers
— J (@jsstarryplough) December 14, 2017
Brill big man earning your place for that famous badge hh ollie ????
— wullie (@wullie92298048) December 14, 2017
wonderful goal . formidable
— Uncle Josef (@savagehenrycelt) December 14, 2017
Outstanding young man, you could have three. The way you can keep a volley down without smacking it over the bar is amazing.
— SCOTΔ ???????????????????????????????????? (@FrFintan_Stack) December 13, 2017
French touch ???? scottish missile ⚽️
— Sixonine (@Sixonine609) December 14, 2017
You were outstanding again big yin long it may it continue classy stuff
???? HH ???? COYBIG
— Stephen O'Donnell (@StephODonnell7) December 14, 2017
You're playing great big man, keep it going. ????
— Paddy67 (@Paddy67) December 14, 2017
The French under-21 international lost his place in the starting line-up a few weeks ago but has recently forced his way back into the side with a series of fine performances and has to be considered a first choice for Brendan Rodgers.
Dembele and his team-mates are next in action against Hearts at Tynecastle as their busy December schedule continues, culminating in what looks to be two huge league games at Celtic Park against nearest Scottish Premiership challengers Aberdeen and Rangers.
The Bhoys currently lead both Rangers and Aberdeen by five points, with a game in hand.
In other Celtic news, James McClean has once again admitted that he would love to play for the Bhoys