Karamoko Dembele showed up very well again in Celtic reserves’ win over Hearts this week.
The Hoops second string went up against the Jambos in a league game at Cappielow on Tuesday.
And they came away with a victory after a very entertaining game.
Celtic found themselves 2-0 up early on thanks to goals from Wallace Duffy and Marvin Compper.
But Hearts hit back with two very nice goals courtesy of Lewis Moore and Andy Irving – the latter scoring a tidy free-kick to make it 2-2.
Dembele showed up well in other highlights of the game, but his best moment came when his free-kick crept through a number of bodies to hit the back of the net and give Celtic a late 3-2 win.
He looked like he really enjoyed the goal:
There continues to be hype around Dembele and his big future, with a Celtic debut soon mentioned after he turned 16 last month.
Brendan Rodgers obviously had high hopes for the winger, but it remains to be seen if Neil Lennon shares the same fondness for him.