CELTIC new Bhoy Oh Hyeon-gyu proved he was no mean shaker or mover when he made his first appearance in the 2-0 win over Dundee United at Tannadice last night.
The South Korean striker, who arrived in midweek after signing a five-year 2.5million deal from K-League outfit Suwon Samsung Bluewings, came on in the 82nd minute for Kyogo Furuhashi.
Oh looked at home as he hit the ground running and, with the additional five-minute stoppage-time, the travelling fans were treated to 13 minutes of action from the 21-year-old international.
GREEN FOR GO…Oh Hyeon-gyu is his debut appearance for Celtic at Tannadice.
SHOW US YOUR MOVES…Aaron Mooy coaxes Oh Hyeon-gyu to go through the postmatch routine with the fans. Image courtesy Celtic TV.
He certainly looked lively and produced a stunning right-wing cross in the fading moments to set up a glorious chance for Daizen Maeda who inexplicably missed the target with a header from almost under the crossbar.
So, it was a winning start for the powerful youngster, but we do have a criticism.
Oh will have to brush up on his celebrations at the end of the game. He looked almost embarrassed to be propelled into the chorus line by Aaron Mooy, as highlighted by Celtic TV.
CQN hopes Ange Postecoglou and the Bhoys will have a lot to sing and dance about as the season unfolds.
Oh really will need to take some lessons from Kyogo Furuhashi if he wants to play his part.
Welcome to Celtic, Oh!