Lots of Celtic fans have taken to Twitter to continue discussing the brilliance of their former striker, Teemu Pukki.
The 76-cap Finland international has shone for Norwich since signing for the Canaries, scoring 29 Championship goals last season while also grabbing six in his first five outings as a Premier League player – Pukki also won the Premier League Player of the Month award for August.
The 29-year-old spent just one season at Celtic Park in 2013/14, scoring a measly seven goals before being shipped out to Brondby by Ronny Delia – his form since then suggests that the decision may have been a mistake.
One fan asked why Pukki couldn’t show this kind of form for the Bhoys, whilst another said he would have laughed if someone had predicted the Finnish forward’s career to pan out in the manner it has since leaving Celtic.
Let’s take a look at some more of the Twitter reaction…
You get a chance at celtic and if you dont click quick your out Pukki was overwhelmed with the pressure he was no good for the hoops
— The Greenian ? (@Naedanger75) September 14, 2019
Why did Celtic ever let him go Chris and a wonder who’s scouted pukki and his potential ? cracking player the one that got away
— Eddy bhoy bolingoli (@1989Eddy) September 14, 2019
Ronny Delia made wrong decision that day to let Pukki leave celtic he’s just magnificent LoL
— Kelly McGeachy (@kellybaby3) September 14, 2019
Pukki, couldn’t get a game for Celtic and now wow ?
— Mmartin q (@mmartin_q) September 14, 2019
Why couldn’t Pukki do this when he was at Celtic ??♂️
— Cathal O’Rourke (@Celticcazza) September 14, 2019
Mad how pukki couldn’t cut it at Celtic now he’s the best player in the prem
— Liam Burns (@liamburns__) September 14, 2019
If you had told me, after his spell at Celtic, that Teem Pukki would be lighting up the Prem, I would have laughed at you. I’ve no idea where this has come from, but good on him and Norwich.
— candle (@zantetsuken76) September 14, 2019
Cany believe we had teemu pukki at Celtic park and let him go ?
— O’Harasbud (@oharasbud) September 14, 2019