Christopher Jullien sends message to Celtic fans on Twitter
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Christopher Jullien sends message to Celtic fans on Twitter

Christopher Jullien took to Twitter to assure Celtic fans that he was fine after the defender came off injured during the Hoops’s 3-1 victory over Kilmarnock on Sunday.

Neil Lennon’s side continued their flawless start to the Scottish Premiership season. It had appeared however, that a major upset could be on the cards as the Bhoys went behind in the first-half.

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But Odsonne Edouard bagged a brace either side of the break, and Ryan Christie looked to make the points safe before the hour mark with Celtic’s third.

But there was a reason for concern for the champions. Moritz Bauer came off with an injury with just over 10 minutes remaining, and Jullien followed him off the pitch five minutes later.

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Lennon suggested, in comments reported by the Daily Record, that Jullien had had a problem with his hamstring after the game. But the Celtic boss insisted that they were not too worried about the £7 million summer signing (fee reported by BBC Sport).

And Jullien has since provided further assurances on social media. The centre-back insisted that his departure was a precautionary measure, while he also sent a message to Celtic’s two goalscorers after another win for the league leaders.

Here is what Jullien posted on Twitter…

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