'Boy's unreal': Some Celtic fans already love 'electic' Postecoglou signing despite 6-2 thrashing
Celtic were absolutely annihilated by West Ham United this weekend in pre-season. But it wasn’t all doom and gloom for the hosts.
The Hoops were humiliated 6-2 in front of their own supporters as David Moyes’ side swept aside the Scottish giants.
It might have been a friendly, but it was an unconvincing sign for supporters ahead of the new season.
Indeed, it was a day to forget for Ange Postecoglou. Yet for Liel Abada, it was another impressive showcase for the youngtser.
The teenager attacker, who Celtic’s new manager signed this summer, impressed against the Irons. Abada assisted Ryan Christie in the 50th minute.
Whilst the backline were gifting West Ham goals, the Israeli prospect shone for Celtic in the attack. Moreover, fans on social media like what they see with their new summer signing.
The winger scored a massive goal for the Hoops in their 1-1 UEFA Champions League qualifying match against FC Midtjylland last week. And Abada continued his fine form with Celtic this weekend against West Ham.
Here’s what some fans had to say about the attacker’s performance for the Glasgow giants on Twitter…
Boys unreal— Kyle🍀 (@Kydo_67) July 24, 2021
He looks quality but then so is wee Forrest— kenneth Paul (@numarauno) July 24, 2021
Promising start, electric pace 👍— Hoopy 🍀🏴 (@PaulTKelly) July 24, 2021
Really good, had a few good runs today— Powa (@Powa64) July 24, 2021
💚 he will do for me— Barry (@celticfella1967) July 24, 2021
🍀🔥🔥🔥🍀— TheHoops🍀🏴🇮🇹 (@67_Celtic_1888) July 24, 2021
He’s gonna be class!👌🏻
Indeed, Celtic face off against Midtjylland next week in their second-leg of their Champions League qualifier.
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