MOUSSA DEMBELE scored a sensational first half hat-trick for the French Under 21 side in their match away to Slovenia.
The Slovenians took the lead on 21 minutes through Tucic but things started to go pear shaped for the hosts on 34 minutes and with 11 minutes the Celtic striker had put the ball in their net three times.
Celtic’s other French under 21 Oli Ntcham is on the bench. Last week he scored a wonder goal for France Under 21s.
Slovenia had a man sent off at 1-1 so there is plenty of scope for more Moussa magic in the second half.
At this rate the French fans will be singing Allez les Verts!
— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) November 13, 2017
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