Tom Rogic will head into Caltex Socceroos camp this week with another impressive 90 minutes under his belt as Celtic were held to a draw against Motherwell in the SPL overnight.
Despite dominating the match and having double the shots at goal than their hosts, the Hoops were unable to break through and had to settle for a 0-0 draw.
Rogic was one of Celtic’s most dangerous players and went close to finding the net in each half.
Midway through the first half, the 25-year-old showed some neat footwork before attempting a curling effort that went just wide of the goal.
And 10 minutes after the break he went even closer, winning possession and driving through on goal before his powerful shot was kept out by keeper Trevor Carson.
Despite the stalemate, Celtic remain comfortably clear at the top of the ladder, 10 points ahead of second-placed Rangers.
In Switzerland, Caltex Socceroos striker Tomi Juric tasted victory as his FC Luzern scored late to beat Lugano 2-1.
Juric played 70 minutes for the visitors, with Lugano equalising soon after he was substituted before Pascal Schurpf handed them victory 14 minutes from time.
Luzern are enjoying an excellent season in the Swiss Super League, sitting in fourth spot after 26 matches.
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