Tom Rogic’s revival at Celtic continues with the Socceroo midfielder playing a full game in the team’s 2-2 draw away to Kilmarnock overnight.
On Sunday, the 22-year-old made his first league appearance for the Bhoys since November 2013.
The attacking midfielder formerly of Melbourne Victory and Central Coast netted a clever opener as the Scottish Premiership champions cruised to a routine 2-0 win over Partick.
That 60-minute performance earned the praise of Hoops manager Ronny Deila.
Now, with a full 90 minutes under his belt it is another encouraging sign that Rogic is coming back to full fitness after a groin injury shattered his World Cup 2014 dreams.
It wasn't all good news though with Deila disappointed to drop two points after his side conceded a penalty in the 87th minute at Rugby Park.
The Bhoys are home to Inverness this Saturday.
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