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'Never noticed that': Some Celtic fans react to 9-second footage of Kyogo Furuhashi

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Celtic fans have taken to Twitter to react after watching a 9-second video of Kyogo Furuhashi celebrating Timo Letschert’s own goal.

What’s the story?

Well, Wednesday’s 2-0 win over AZ Alkmaar may be in the past now, although that hasn’t stopped footage of Kyogo popping up online.

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Some Celtic fans spotted how the 26-year-old reacted after Letschert put the ball into his own net – it’s safe to say they love his reaction.

Kyogo can be seen raising his arms and looking to the heavens after the ball trickled over the line, showing plenty of passion at Celtic Park.

Despite having just six games for Celtic under his belt, it’s clear that the 6-cap Japan international understands what it means to play for the Bhoys.

If that’s how happy he gets when seeing an own goal, he must go crazy inside when he or one of his teammates scores!

Kyogo was a masterstroke from Celtic

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In our view, Kyogo’s presence at Celtic Park feels similar to having someone like Virgil van Dijk or Victor Wanyama at the club.

It’s blatantly obvious that Celtic’s No.8 is a superstar, who has the potential to propel the Hoops back to where they should be.

Kyogo has scored six goals in his six games for Celtic under Ange Postecoglou, and looks like he’s been playing in Glasgow for years.

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For £5m, he was a masterstroke of a signing – we wouldn’t be surprised if the Japanese gem develops into a £30m player in a few seasons.

For now, let’s see what the Celtic fans on Twitter have been saying about the 9-second footage of Kyogo celebrating…

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