Celtic secured their 53rd Scottish Premiership title at the weekend as Ange Postecoglou made it back to back championships in charge of the Parkhead club.
In order to put seal on a title that was long in the making, the Hoops had to win at Tynecastle and win they did, seeing the Jambos off in a 2-0 triumph.
Unsurprisingly, Kyogo got the goal that broke the deadlock on 67 minutes, the Japanese knocking home from close range after a well worked move saw the Bhoys get in behind.
Almost immediately after this, however, the 28 year old had to be withdrawn through injury.
His replacement, Oh, did bag a goal himself, yet the injury to the man who now has 50 Celtic goals certainly worried Hoops fans.
Nevertheless, Ange Postecoglou was rather laid back regarding the situation and said (Glasgow Times):
“He hurt his shoulder a little bit. Hopefully, it’s not too bad. He’s had a few issues with it. We will just see and speak to the physios.”
Everyone involved with Celtic will be praying that Kyogo is fit and ready to go for Saturday as although the game doesn’t mean anything, it is still a Glasgow derby which means there is an opportunity to put Rangers to the sword.
Kyogo himself will want to be involved although Oh has proven on a few occasions that he can come in and prove to be an ample replacement on Saturday.