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Celtic fans hail Callum McGregor after goal-scoring display against St Mirren

One of Neil Lennon’s most reliable performers this season, Callum McGregor has proven himself to be a vital part of Celtic’s impressive campaign thus far. The Scotland international has featured 34 times across all competitions already, and has shown his versatility by playing in a number of positions for the Hoops.

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The 26-year-old has played in central midfield, attacking midfield, holding midfield and even a stint at left-back against CFR Cluj in Champions League qualifying too. But against St Mirren on Boxing Day, he was used in the middle of the park by Lennon, and he duly rewarded his manager with the opening goal of the contest.

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And after seeing his performance, Celtic fans took to Twitter to discuss their thoughts on the versatile midfielder.

A couple of Celtic supporters were left raving about how good McGregor is, with one fan describing him as “world-class”, whilst another labelled him as the “best midfielder in Scotland by some distance”.

Another couple of Celtic fans discussed McGregor’s display in respect to what Lennon should do going forward with the side, with one fan suggesting that the midfielder is “too good to leave out”.

Having not scored in his previous nine games in the Scottish Premiership, McGregor more than most will have been relieved that he has finally gotten the monkey off his back. If he can chip with in with goals at important times for Celtic, then his place in the side will surely be unquestionable.

Meanwhile, Celtic fans have hailed this man after his display against Aberdeen.

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