Celtic Legend Paul McStay’s son is currently playing for Scottish side Clyde and the 23-year-old showed he was capable of producing a little bit of magic like his old man at the weekend.
Chris McStay moved from Australia, where the McStay’s are now based to take the chance in Scottish football.
Chris certainly showed what he can do. The player landed an outstanding overhead kick goal against Queen of the South to kickstart an amazing comeback that would see Clyde come from two goals down to win 3-2 on the day.
WATCH 📺 | Chris McStay scores a spectacular overhead kick from the edge of the box in today's win over Queen of the South in the Tunnock's Caramel Wafer Cup. 🤸♂️🥅 pic.twitter.com/BPVMxGmXjP
— Clyde FC (@ClydeFC) September 7, 2019
Speaking about his Dad last year, the Clyde star said he felt no pressure being a McStay in Scottish football because his father was one in a million.
“I’ve never felt the pressure to be honest, no,”
“He was a one in a million. For me to tie one of his boots, I’d be very happy. He was some player.”
Paul McStay is part of Celtic’s greatest ever XI as votes by the fans. Captaining the club and having 76 Scotland caps to his name.
If the lad turns out to be half as good as his Dad, he’ll do alright!