REO HATATE was the star of the show as Celtic beat Aberdeen 4-0 on Saturday.

Callum McGregor opened the scoring for the Hoops, with Reo Hatate scoring his first of the game. The referee blew for half time with Celtic two goals to the good, but it really should’ve been more.

A tremendous second goal from Reo Hatate was followed by a first time finish from Liel Abada, pouncing on the ball fizzed across by substitute Sead Haksabanovic.

Reo Hatate was man of the match without a doubt, he didn’t stop all game. He covered every blade of grass, spraying passes with ease. Playing just under 80 minutes, he completed three dribbled and hit three shots on target, two of which went in.

Heading into the next match against The Rangers, he could be the difference maker. The way he moves around midfield is brilliant, he’s a very special player.

Celtic will be lucky to keep a hold of him next season. But it will take a massive offer for Celtic to part with their star man.

There are a few players pushing for Celtic Player of the Year, Reo is certainly one of them.


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