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Kris Commons Ends His Celtic Career in Style With Henrik Larsson

Kris Commons Ends His Celtic Career in Style With Henrik Larsson

Kris Commons ended his Celtic career in style today playing alongside Henrik Larsson.

The English midfielder will leave the club when his contract expires this summer, ending his six-year spell at the Parkhead side.

He scored 91 goals in 226 appearances and won eight trophies in his time as a Celtic player – and will be remembered as one of the most popular stars of recent time.

But Commons’ time as a Hoops player is over and he made his final farewell to 60,000 supporters inside the club’s stadium when he played in the Henrik’s Heroes v Lubo’s Legends charity match.

The midfield man – who didn’t play for Celtic all season – got a runout for both teams in the game and he seemed delighted to link up with club legend Henrik Larsson:

It probably doesn’t get much better if you’re a Celtic player or fan.

Commons added this on Instagram:

Commons has a short emergency loan spell at Hibs during the season and could end up at Easter Road again this summer – linking up with former manager Neil Lennon.

Celtic fans – are you sad to see Commons go?

Let us know in the comments below..

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