'What a hero': Some Celtic fans love what Kyogo was seen doing after 3-0 win last night
Celtic fans have taken to Twitter to react after Kyogo Furuhashi was spotted on the touchline after the 3-0 win over Raith Rovers last night.
What’s the story?
Well, the 49-second footage shows Kyogo waiting by the dugout to fist-bump his colleagues after Celtic’s Scottish League Cup win.
The 26-year-old is stood in his coat, and makes sure to congratulate everyone – including staff members and substitutes.
It’s no wonder Kyogo is already a firm fan favourite just nine games into his career at Celtic Park.
Aside from his seven goals – which certainly helps – it’s his golden character that is shining through in Glasgow.
The 8-cap Japan international seems to be everything you want from a teammate, and it’s great to see him involved even whilst injured.
When will Celtic have Kyogo back?
Initially, Kyogo was ruled out for a month after suffering a knee injury on international duty – that was on September 10th.
However, he was spotted at Lennoxtown running on his own as he steps up his recovery (Daily Record).
Kyogo wasn’t seen in full contact training, but it’s great to see him back out on the grass running.
He was due to return on October 10th, but the Celtic No.8 could potentially come back sooner after he was seen running again.
We’re sure Ange Postecoglou cannot wait to have him back.
For now, let’s see what the Celtic fans on Twitter have been saying about the footage of Kyogo…
Protect Kyogo at all costs 🥺🥺🥺pic.twitter.com/chnlbKVMUU— Everything Celtic (@aboutceltic) September 24, 2021
You can't help but love him, hopefully back fully fit and banging them in soon 🙏🤞🍀— Michael Hickey (@MichaelHickey79) September 24, 2021
We need more of that kinda thing!!— Ian Scobie (@scoblerone10) September 24, 2021
Wit a hero https://t.co/qXVeYeBLJx— ryan patrick devine (@rpdevine95) September 24, 2021
Class https://t.co/XZkiblKti9— Dermy Kearney (@Dermy74) September 24, 2021
Love him 🇯🇵💚🍀 https://t.co/XNLElnXhjN— Hollie Differ (@holliedifferr) September 24, 2021