Soccer Football - Scottish Premiership - Dundee United v Celtic - Tannadice Park, Dundee, Scotland, Britain - May 11, 2022 Celtic's Kyogo Furuhashi celebrates winning the Scottish Premiership after the match REUTERS/Russell Cheyne

He missed four months of the season through injury but his contributions to the first half of the season were incredible. Kyogo Furuhashi helped Celtic stay in touch at the top while Ange Postecoglou tried to get his side together.

Odsonne Edouard went out the door and Kyogo stepped in, scoring vital goals and becoming a new hero for the Celtic support to believe in.

Soccer Football – Scottish Premiership – Dundee United v Celtic – Tannadice Park, Dundee, Scotland, Britain – May 11, 2022 Celtic’s Daizen Maeda, Reo Hatate, Kyogo Furuhashi and Yosuke Ideguchi celebrate winning the Scottish Premiership after the match REUTERS/Russell Cheyne

The man from Japan wasn’t fully fit when he led the line against Hibernian and managed to score a famous brace to land the League Cup trophy earlier this season.

Kyogo and all the bhoys from Japan have been a breath of fresh air this season. Their talent and work ethic has been incredible and a huge part of why Celtic are where they are today.

The striker took the time to message the Celtic support after they clinched the league at Tannadice on Wednesday night.

The wee man came on as an injury time sub and had plenty of energy left for the celebrations post-match

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