Scottish professional soccer’s Celtic “duo” Yang Hyun-joon and Oh Hyun-gyu scored side-by-side goals to lead their team to a resounding victory.
Goals from Yang Hyun-joon and Oh Hyun-gyu helped Celtic to a 6-0 victory in their Scottish Premiership home match against Aberdeen at Celtic Park in Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, on Nov. 12 at 11:30 p.m. ET.
With the win, Celtic remained unbeaten with 11 wins, two draws, and 35 points, solidifying their sole possession of first place in the league.
Yang Hyun-joon started the match and opened the scoring in the ninth minute. Luis Palma sent in a cross from the left flank of the penalty box, which Yang finished with a header. It was Yang’s first goal since joining Celtic.
Yang left the field in the 24th minute of the second half after bleeding from a contest with an opponent. He did his part in the offense before the injury.
Oh came on for Kyogo Furuhashi, 온라인카지노 who scored the team’s second goal in the seventh minute of the second half with the team up 2-0. Celtic’s goal baptism continued after Oh’s introduction.
In the 32nd minute, Oh was fouled by an opponent and won a penalty kick.
The referee pointed to the penalty spot after going through the VAR (Video Assistant Referee). Palma stepped up to the plate and scored, increasing the gap between the two teams to three goals.
Oh’s stellar play continued. After David Turnbull’s goal in the 47th minute had already made it 4-0, he headed in Palma’s cross in the 51st minute for his first goal of the game. In the 54th minute, he finished off a Matt O’Reilly pass to complete his multi-goal performance in stoppage time.
Thanks to the Korean duo, Celtic remained unbeaten in the league. After the game, statistical outlet Fourscore.com gave Oh and Yang a rating of 8.5 and 8.4, respectively. These were the highest scores after Palma (10), who had one goal and three assists, and O’Reilly (9.2), who had two assists.
Notably, Yang was named man of the match by the BBC.
Meanwhile, another Celtic member, midfielder Kwon Hyuk-kyu, did not make the list.