June 16, 2024

As Matt O’Riley accepted his man-of-the-march champagne after putting up a brilliant performance in the champions’ 2-1 victory over Rangers at Parkhead to make history, a wealthy Celtic supporter teased him.

The midfielder gave the team a great start against the Light Blues, and his all-around performance earned him the title of best player on the field. However, he lost the opportunity to make it 3-1 when Jack Butland saved his spot kick after Mohamed Diomande fouled him.

Still wearing his entire uniform The former MK Dons player and Denmark international arrived at the club’s Number 7 restaurant immediately after full time, as is typical for the man ofWith Celtic needing a point from Wednesday’s trip to Kilmarnock or their final game of the season at home to St Mirren, assuming Rangers beat Dundee on Tuesday, O’Riley smiled: “I’ll probably not do that but we still won so it’s okay. It’s not done yet but hopefully on Wednesday we can get that.”

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