CELTIC striker Kyogo has eased concerns surrounding the shoulder injury that bothered him during the side’s recent match against Dundee.
Kyogo had to leave the field of play for treatment in the first half and have his shoulder popped back into place.
Despite this scare, Kyogo’s resilience was on full display as he not only returned to the field but also played a pivotal role in the match. He showcased his talent by scoring with a perfectly executed header, then set one up for Matt O’Riley to hit home.
The shoulder issue has been a recurring one for Kyogo, causing some anxiety among the Celtic fans and management. However, after the recent incident, medics were swift in addressing the issue, which is somewhat encouraging going forward.
In a statement that will surely boost the spirits of the Celtic community, Kyogo has confirmed that he is fully fit and eagerly anticipating the upcoming Champions League fixture against Feyenoord. The forward confidently addressed the concerns by saying, “There is no problem, not at all. Nothing to worry about.” [Football Scotland]
This update is certainly timely given the significance of the Champions League match. Celtic supporters will be hopeful that their star striker can continue his impressive form and play a decisive role in the club’s European campaign.