SEAD HAKSABANOVIC made a brilliant impact coming on from off the bench in Celtic’s 3-1 victory over Hearts.

Soccer Football – Champions League – Group F – Real Madrid v Celtic – Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid, Spain – November 2, 2022 Celtic’s Sead Haksabanovic in action with Real Madrid’s Ferland Mendy REUTERS/Susana Vera

It wasn’t the greatest of starts from the Hoops, who went behind early on, when VAR overruled the linesman and awarded the Jambos the opening goal of the contest.

Celtic took their time to get into the match, and in all honesty, they didn’t really get a grip of the game. It was a very erratic performance from the Hoops, who struggled to get into a rhythm.

Sead Haksabanovic replaced Liel Abada as part of Ange’s customary three changes on the 70th minute. He didn’t take long to get into the match, and caused Hearts some real problems down the left-hand side.

After some great play from the winger, he managed to bag his first goal in a while, with a brilliant strike. He picked the ball up from the edge of the box, and struck it sweetly into the bottom corner, leaving Zander Clark with no chance.



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