Hyung-gyu Oh, substituted in front of coach Klinsman in the second half… Over 30 Celtic League wins


Oh Hyun-kyu was named in the substitute list for the 2022-2023 Scottish Premier League round of 32 away match against Kilmarnock held at Rugby Park in Kilmarnock, Scotland on the 16th, and named in the preliminary list, not Japanese striker Kyogo Furuhashi. We played until the end of the second half.

Oh Hyun-gyu, who cruised to Europe in a Celtic shirt in January and scored three goals in official matches, including two league goals and a Scottish FA Cup goal, failed to add any offensive points in this game. Klinsman watched from the field.

Coach Klinsman, who had begun inspecting European pitches, spent a busy weekend watching Son Heung-min’s (Tottenham) Premier League game held in London earlier in the day and moved to Celtic’s away stadium.

Celtic beat Kilmarnock 4-1 to maintain their lead (91 points) on a 12-game winning streak.

Celtic has 30 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss in 32 league games this season.

Kilmarnock finished 11th out of 12 teams (28 points).

Against Kilmarnock, a team in the relegation zone, Celtic scored four goals in the 27th minute of the first half and snatched the game early.

In the 7th minute of the second half of the match, the league’s top scorer, Furuhashi, deftly avoided the right side of the penalty area and scored the 23rd goal with a left-footed shot. shaken

Celtic qualified thanks to successive goals from Matt O’Reilly in the 18th and 27th minutes of the first half.

When Kilmarnock came back in the second half with Liam Donnelly’s goal in the 45th minute, Celtic replaced Furuhashi and replaced Hyunkyu Oh.

Oh Hyun-gyu, who played an active role up front, got a golden opportunity in the 31st minute of the second half when Roko Batta’s cross came from the right.

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