Some Celtic fans are raving about the performance of midfielder Scott Brown, as the club recently picked up a 2-0 win over his former side Hibernian at the weekend in the Premiership.
The Hoops picked up a convincing win over the Hibs at the weekend and managed to stay at the top of the Premiership table, because of that.
The Hoops are currently two points above the Gers in the table and will face Copenhagen in the Round of 32 of the UEFA Europa League in February (BBC).
Celtic fans: Is Scott Brown's goal against Hamilton the most important of the season?
That's the biggest moment
There's many more to come
Some Hoops fans are raving about the performance of midfielder and skipper Brown, who tweeted out after the win over his former club.
The wee man is phenomonal
— kate dunbar (@katedunbar61) December 16, 2019
You were absolutely fantastic and bossed that midfield
— celticghirl1888 (@celticghirl0106) December 16, 2019
Had a cracking game yourself Cap.
— R4tser (@R4tser) December 16, 2019
You just keep getting better mate. Read today again what Tommy did for your sister. Can’t Imagine how tough it was. Hail Hail.
— Martin McKenna (@Kenna16Martin) December 16, 2019
Our captain, our hero our legend
— JohnaliCELTICStanton (@stantonbhoy) December 16, 2019
Poor Scott Allan will need PTSD counselling after you bossed him for the full match!
— Gerry (@gerrymull3n) December 16, 2019
A masterclass by yirsel as well Chief!
— Berny McGurk (@BernyMcgurk) December 16, 2019
The Hoops are constantly using a 4-2-3-1 shape under Neil Lennon this season, with Scott Brown playing regularly alongside former Scotland national team compatriot James Forrest.
This season, Brown has played 32 times in all competitions for the Hoops. He has racked up a tally of four goals and has one assist to his name as well. His most recent goal proved crucial for the club and it came in stoppage time in the Hoops’ 2-1 win over Hamilton at the end of last month. It helped Celtic open up a two-point lead at the top of the Premiership.
Last season, Brown had played 51 times in all competitions for the Hoops. He scored three times and racked up one assist as well.
What do we think?
Brown has become a club legend and he has long been a fan favourite. His goal against Hamilton can’t be put down and it was a watershed moment in the season. It opened up a lead between the two clubs that could well prove to be crucial when the season ends.