Both Kyogo Furuhashi and Celtic appear to be just getting better and better as the season progresses. The Japanese superstar scored a couple of goals against Dundee FC in the club’s important 4-2 win away at Dens Park. And he has now sent a message to the supporters which will excite them about what is to come in the future.
Celtic have been in the middle of a good run of form recently. After struggling without Kyogo and Callum McGregor, they have done pretty well since both have come back into the first-team fold.
Over the last eight games across all competitions, they have won seven and drawn one. That is a brilliant record, and it does look like they are getting better with every passing game in some aspects and could be a serious team when all the first-team stars are fit and available at the same time.
Thus, there might be a lot more to come from this Celtic team and Kyogo appears to be of a similar view. He tweeted out:
Kyogo believes Celtic can do even more
At this point of time, Tom Rogic and Carl Starfelt are two first-team regulars out of action. And Ange Postecoglou’s side have appeared to miss the Swedish centre-back particularly, conceding twice in both games without him.
The form of players like Kyogo and Jota up top though have meant that they have managed to outscore their opponents on both occasions. But, it would be brilliant to have Rogic and Starfelt back in the mix of things as soon as possible, hopefully after the international break.
For now though, things are going pretty well for the Hoops, who have climbed up to second in the Premiership table and are four points behind the Rangers. The next target should be catching up with Steven Gerrard’s side over the coming weeks and months.