Celtic fans on Twitter have been gushing over Callum McGregor’s performance in their midweek win against Motherwell at Fir Park.
This comes after Neil Lennon’s side cruised to a 4-0 victory at Motherwell in a routine victory that saw McGregor score Celtic’s third goal of the game.
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After the match had ended with Celtic picking up another three points on the road, lots of fans took to Twitter to share their thoughts on McGregor’s display in the match.
Here’s a sample of Celtic fans drooling over McGregor:
Calum McGregor having his best season for Celtic being overshadowed by Edouard. Consistently an 8/10 every week
— Benji (@benji67_) February 5, 2020
Edouard and Mcgregor different class but brilliant from all the bhoys
— CelticBhoy_17 (@CelticBhoy_17) February 5, 2020
That McGregor goal was spectacular, what a performance Celtic! ??
— Tim (@TJtheTim) February 5, 2020
The midfielder was given a match rating of 9/10 by Celtic fan website 67HailHail. The Scotsman has made 42 appearances for Neil Lennon’s side in all competitions so far this season, scoring nine and assisting eight (per Transfermarkt). Now that McGregor has added to his goals and assists tally for the season with his performance against Motherwell, this has paved the way for many Celtic fans to share their thoughts on his latest outing.
Callum McGregor next Celtic captain outstanding on/off the pitch
— john walsh (@WALSHY5103) February 5, 2020
Edourde unplayable callum McGregor unsung hero that bhoy gives all unreal
— @ErrigalLionsCSC (@errigallionscsc) February 5, 2020
Callum mcgregor will be Celtic manager one day. Mark my words
— Wee Dough Ball (@weedoughball) February 5, 2020
— ?? Vicki ?? (@VickiRoger) February 5, 2020
Celtic excellent second half, masterclass from McGregor and Eddie ?
— Sean Berry ??? (@berrier7) February 5, 2020
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It’s great to see so many Celtic fans praising McGregor after his match against Motherwell. Seeing this wave of positivity from the fans will provide such a confidence boost to the player as well as getting on the scoresheet once again.