'Excited for his future with us': Some Celtic fans hail 19-year-old's Tuesday display
A number of Celtic fans have hailed Adam Montgomery’s display for Scotland’s Under-21s on Tuesday.
The 19-year-old has enjoyed a wonderful year so far, making his Hoops debut last season and kicking on this term.
Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou is a big fan of the full-back, handing him seven appearances so far this season.
And on Tuesday, Montgomery started for Scot Gemmill’s side against Turkey’s U21s in European qualifying.
The Bhoys gem provided a superb assist in the eight minute to help put Scotland ahead.
Montgomery chased a saved shot and crossed into the centre of the box for Glenn Middleton to volley home.
Although Scotland had to make do with a point after Enis Destan netted a 75th-minute equaliser, it was still a bright display from the visitors.
And some fans were delighted with how the Celtic ace got on:
An assist for Adam Montgomery as Scotland u21s take an early lead in Turkey— Lewis (@LewisLaird01) September 7, 2021
Clever play by the Celtic youngster putting the rebound back across to Middleton to finish
Excited for his future with us— Craig Wilkinson (@coach_wilki) September 7, 2021
Belter 🍀— Christopher McQuade (@chrismcquade67) September 7, 2021
What a cross— Fan of Valentina 🏴🍀 (@Fanofvalentina3) September 7, 2021
71 mins for Adam Montgomery for the Scotland U-21s. Good experience for a very promising player— Paul McGinley (@PaulMcG1994) September 7, 2021
A point to start the campaign for Scotland u21s drawing 1-1 away to Turkey— Lewis (@LewisLaird01) September 7, 2021
Stephen Welsh captaining the side tonight, playing the entire game and an impressive first appearance for the u21s from Adam Montgomery too playing 70 minutes and picking up an assist 👏 pic.twitter.com/l8DIjpkMDj
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