CELTIC’S on-fire striker Moussa Dembele’s continued his hot goalscoring streak when he netted on his debut for the French Under-21 side in their 5-1 win over Georgia last night.

The 20-year-old frontman, who joined from Fulham in the summer, has notched 12 goals in 17 appearances for the Hoops in a breathtaking start to the campaign.

Now he has added another on the international front when he celebrated representing his country at every youth level from Under-16 upwards.

Dembele came on as a substitute in the second-half with the score standing at 2-1.

The powerful attacker won his nation a penalty-kick for the third goal before converting their fourth with a superb volleyed effort that crashed into the roof of the net.

Dembele has been a sensation since taking over from the injured Leigh Griffiths. He claimed the perfect hat-trick against Sevco Rangers in the 5-1 romp and also struck two in the dramatic 3-3 draw with Manchester City in the Champions League at Parkhead last week.


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