'The reigning king' - Celtic hero delivers bizarre Twitter verdict after thrashing Rangers
Celtic striker Moussa Double has given a unique account of the Hoops’ 4-0 victory over Rangers in the Scottish Cup semi-final.
The 21-year-old, who dominated the Gers defence and scored the Bhoys’ third goal with a cheeky dinked penalty, took to his personal Twitter page to give his somewhat bizarre verdict on the game.
“Green and white is the colour, Glasgow is the city, Celtic the reigning king. Dembelition was fully on! Untouchable, unplayable Bhoys and Ghirls we rule the city and soon the country! This is how it feels to be Celtic…Thanks for your support” he said following the victory.
Green and white is the colour, Glasgow is the city, Celtic the reigning king ????. @dembelition was fully ON ????????! Untouchable, unplayable Bhoys & Ghirls we rule the city & soon the country! This is how it feels to be Celtic…???? Thanks for your support ????????????@CelticFC
— Moussa Dembélé (@MDembele_10) April 15, 2018
Dembele had struggled so far this season to match his performances from last season, where he was the Hoops’ top scorer with 32 goals.
But his performance at Ibrox was reminiscent was similar to those of last season, as he bullied the Gers centre-backs throughout the match and proved to once again be one of the most reliable match-winners in the Hoops side.
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Hoops fans will love what Dembele had to say, even if a lot of it doesn’t seem to make sense. Thankfully he does most of his talking on the pitch, and the Frenchman was superb at Hampden, fully justifying Brendan Rodgers’ decision to start the 21-year-old up-front instead of Leigh Griffiths Dembele looks to be back to his best after his loss of form earlier this season which saw him dropped from the first-team, and he has to be the prime candidate going forward to lead the line as the Hoops aim to clinch the unique feat of a second successive domestic treble.
In other Celtic news, Chris Sutton has delivered his verdict on the Hoops’ triumph over Rangers