Some Celtic fans want to see Odsonne Edouard repeat his goalscoring feat against Rangers at Ibrox this Sunday.
The stylish Frenchman has already netted twice at the home of our rivals, including a brilliant winner in our 3-2 win on this day in 2018.
And, as Edouard posted a reminder of that famous goal on Twitter, many fans were keen to let him know that they expect similar on Sunday.
Same again on Sunday big man?😎🍀
— Rebel Celts🍀🇮🇪 (@Rebel_Celts) March 11, 2020
Same again on Sunday big man
— Jamie (@Jamie67_) March 11, 2020
Same again on Sunday big guy 💚💚
— Padraig Marshall (@PadraigMarshall) March 11, 2020
Same again on Sunday thanks!
— Gillian O’Neill 🏴 (@gillian1810) March 11, 2020
Hello dad please score on Sunday x
— 🍀 (@KingEddyCSC) March 11, 2020
Same again Sunday ma mannnnnn 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 💥 ⚽️🍀
— CM (@cm198067) March 11, 2020
Monsieur Edouard, I’m sure I speak for all Celtic fans when I ask, please bring your ‘A Game’ on Sunday & bag a couple of goals. We the fans would love to have the league title won before the split. Avenging the last match would be an added bonus. S’il vous plaît! 🍀
— Steve Johnson (@Protegimus_Bhoy) March 11, 2020
Not all Hoops supporters were so demanding, though.
Others just wanted to praise the Frenchman’s brilliance in a Celtic shirt.
Love you eddy
— George 🏴 (@Georgex1888) March 11, 2020
@MDembele_10 your pass 🔥 utter sauce
— James Mooney (@Jmooney2001) March 11, 2020
— John (@Celtic_Celtic) March 11, 2020
I’d do anything for you to stay for 10 beautiful french man 🖤
— Paul (@P__67) March 11, 2020
That Edouard goal at Ibrox is underrated
That Edouard strike against Rangers really doesn’t get the credit it deserves.
Yes, it’s talked about quite often by Celtic supporters. But the beauty of the goal is definitely lost in its importance.
The finish itself is brilliant. But then you’ve got the neat touch inside the defender to open up the shooting opportunity.
And that’s just Edouard’s part in the goal. Brown, Ntcham and McGregor all had a role to play, while Moussa Dembele’s ball out wide with his weaker foot was a thing of beauty.
Oh, then there’s the fact the goal was scored into the Broomloan – packed with Celtic fans at that time.
The finish, the celebration, the utter euphoria in the stands. It’ll take a lot to beat that this weekend.
But our French magician is certainly capable.