Celtic are not going through a good run of form at the moment. They have won some games narrowly. On the other hand, there have been dropped points along the way as well. The latest result was a 2-0 victory over St Mirren. Kyogo Furuhashi and Daizen Maeda, two players who have struggled to showcase their best under the management of Brendan Rodgers, found the back of the net for the Hoops. It was the club's first win by a margin of more than one goal since the winter break.
While Kyogo and Daizen might have gotten the goals for Celtic, there was another notable contributor for Celtic on the day. And he is proving the doubters wrong at the moment.
That was none other than Joe Hart in goal for Celtic. The Englishman is on an impressive run of form at the moment. He was crucial in the draw against Aberdeen and the win over Hibernian as well.
There have been a lot of calls for a long-term goalkeeper to be signed in recent months. And that should be the case. But Hart has proven that he still can contribute to this Celtic team, who might be struggling even worse at the moment, if not for his contributions between the posts.
Celtic player proving fans wrong with his performances
Rodgers ringed in the changes against St Mirren. The most notable was the change in system, with Adam Idah and Kyogo starting together.
It was not their best performance by any stretch of the imagination. They did score twice from open play though, something that Celtic have not done very often lately.
Has Rodgers finally found the answer to his problems? Time shall tell. But it must be said that at the moment, Hart looks like a part of the solution.