Caltex Socceroo Tom Rogic was on target overnight as Celtic drew 2-2 with NK Celje in a pre-season friendly in Slovenia overnight.
It was the first game in charge for new Celtic manager Brendan Rogers.
And it was his Aussie playmaker who sealed Celtic's comeback.
After going two goals down the Bhoys drew 2-2 at the Arena Petrol with two second half goals.
Nadir Ciftci pulled one back in the second half before Rogic's equaliser.
The Caltex Socceroo playmaker received the ball in the box, and he deftly pushed the ball past a defender before a delightful chip over the oncoming keeper.
Celtic next play Sturm Graz on July 3.
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