Celtic hero nominated for goal of the season after brilliant individual effort; vote now
Celtic midfielder Tom Rogic has scored his fair share of brilliant goals in the Green and White.
Over the years, the 29-year old has had some brilliant efforts from long-range, and individual strikes hit the back of the net, which have been worthy of the goal of the season nominations.
This season was no different.
As the PFA goal of the season nominations were revealed, it was the Australian internationalist’s brilliant individual goal against Dundee United that was on the list.
Picking up the ball on the right-hand side of the pitch, it looked like a challenging task for any player to make their way through the opposition defence.
But, Rogic did so with ease, driving into the box with purpose before scoring the game’s opening goal.
The goal also set up Ange Postecoglou’s side for one of the best performances on the road of the campaign at Tannadice.
Supporters can actually influence the outcome of the honour by voting via the Sky Sports website, with the winner to be announced at the upcoming PFA Scotland awards on Sunday.
Rogic is the only Celtic player to have made the list of 12 goals, but there could have been several others.
David Turnbull and Reo Hatate can feel a little aggrieved at being left off the list after some brilliant long-range strikes this season.
Whilst Rogic could have found himself on the list for a second time for his superb effort that found the top corner against Motherwell at Fir Park.
Ultimately, you could make up your own list of 12 Celtic goals in the league this season, from efforts from outside the area to individual goals, such as Rogic against United.
It just goes to show how good some of the attacking football has been under Ange Postecoglou this season.
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