Celtic trio Reo Hatate, Daizen Maeda, and Yosuke Ideguchi have been labelled as ‘incredible’ by fan writer Blair McNally after they were spotted doing sprints instead of indulging in the title-winning celebrations.
Wednesday night saw Celtic claim their 52nd Scottish Premiership title after they drew 1-1 with Dundee United, completing their revival under new boss Ange Postecoglou and beating out bitter rivals Rangers to the title.
However, what fans might love even more is the post-game antics from the trio who opted for a warm-down session involving sprints on the pitch instead of joining their teammates in the celebrations.
McNally shared what he saw on Twitter, stating how incredible the sight was in the wake of the huge accomplishment:
“Celtic celebrating their league title win popping champagne in the changing room right now. Hatate, Maeda and Ideguchi out on the pitch doing sprints instead. Incredible”.
TIF Thoughts on the trio’s training session…
Celtic fans must be over the moon with the title win and the claim that three of their players have decided to miss the post-game celebrations, which looked incredible, and shown their commitment to the team by continuing to train even after winning the title and finishing off their season on the best note possible.
All three of the players are new signings under Postecoglou with Hatate and Maeda hitting being important parts of the team, while Ideguchi has been a bit-part player but is showing the will and desire to become a more important cog in this new look Celtic team.
The future looks bright under Postecoglou and having players with this sort of dedication will only take the team to more success beyond this season. Celtic fans should be ecstatic to see this.