Tom Rogic has played 45 minutes for Celtic Development Side in a 2-0 win away to Hamilton Academical FC on Thursday night.
Rogic returned to the starting XI after picking up a knock against St Johnstone earlier this month.
The Socceroo caught the eye according to the official Celtic match report from the game at New Douglas Park.
Rogic forced the Accies keeper into a save with a stinging shot from 25 yards and is said to have looked good on the ball.
‘Calm and composed in possession, Rogic had been a real source of invention, and a precise pass from the Australian internationalist picked out Duffy in the box but the forward was unable to steer his shot on target,’ reported Celtic FC online
Rogic, 22, was replaced by Mark Hill for the second half.
The former Nike Chance winner's return is welcome news for the national team with 2018 World Cup qualifiers beginning in June against Kyrgyzstan away.
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