Photos capture Celtic's Greg Taylor in heart-warming full-time moment
Photos from yesterday’s 3-1 win over Kilmarnock have caught a heart-warming moment between the Taylor brothers at full-time.
Greg Taylor made his return from injury and put in an impressive display down the left side. He played a key part in goal number two and looked back to his best.
However, in a surprising turn of events, his brother Ally made his debut for Kilmarnock late on. The new Killie man didn’t come into direct contact with his brother, as he was instead deployed in a more central role in the midfield.
But the Taylor brothers didn’t miss a moment to catch up at full-time. Photos of the duo coming together were posted on SNS Group’s Twitter, and you can see them for yourself below:
— SNS Group (@snsgroup) February 23, 2020
A proud day for the Taylor family
Kilmarnock’s Taylor didn’t have much time to make an impact considering he arrived onto the pitch for the final 20 minutes. His side was also down to 10 men at the time too, so you can hardly blame him for not standing out.
Regardless, you can see the delight on Greg Taylor’s face. He’s clearly delighted to see his brother make his Kilmarnock debut, with his joy shining through.
It will be interesting to see if Greg’s brother can have the same impact at Kilmarnock as he did. Ally’s road in the game has just started of course, so it would be unfair to expect him to start making waves so soon.
Regardless, it’ll be a massively proud day for their mum and dad and the rest of the Taylor family. Here’s hoping it’s the first of many meetings between the duo in the future.