Tom Rogic has continued his impressive form for Celtic’s Development side scoring in their thrilling win over Kilmarnock on Tuesday morning (AEST).
The Socceroo playmaker is in just his second game back bagged the Bhoys’ second goal in their 3-2 victory at Rugby Park.
It was an encouraging display by the former Nike Chance winner, who showed some deft touches during his 61 minutes on the pitch.
According to the club's match report (http://www.celticfc.net/news/8145) the 22-year-old was prominent from the outset and at the heart of all of Celltic’s dangerous attacks.
After scores were locked at 1-1 at the break, Rogic gave the visitors the lead with a great solo goal six minutes into the second half.
He spun away from two challenges just inside Killie’s half before driving towards the box and then rifling a shot beyond the keeper with the aid of a slight deflection.
The Socceroo was substituted just 10 minutes later with another solid hour under his belt and he edges back towards full fitness.
It’s encouraging signs not only for Rogic but also the Socceroos with FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifiers getting underway in June.
Ange Postecoglou’s side is away to Kyrgyzstan in their opening match.
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