Matt O’Riley and the Bhoys, Ben Summers and Rocco Vata, how it started and how it’s going

Matt O’Riley produced a man of the match performance yesterday at Rugby Park. He of course scored two goals and was influential in the middle of the park. He was undoubtedly our top performer.

Matt started his Celtic career with aplomb and was a stand out in the Celtic midfield last term. This term he’s also been a vital part of the side providing 11 assists, the most of any player in the league. He’s also chipped in with three goals.

Despite those excellent stats he’s not looked like the same player this term. That seems silly when you look at his numbers, but he has been a bit off form lately, even he would probably agree. Maybe just a victim of his own success considering the standards he set last season?

Maybe I’m being harsh and it could just the form of Aaron Mooy or the even more sensational form of Reo Hatate that’s overshadowing the English born Danish Under 21 international.

Matt has took advantage of injury’s in the middle of the park and been very influential in our last few games. Scoring two goals and a man of the match performance yesterday will have done him the world of good and that can only be a good thing for the team as a whole as we enter the final stages of the campaign.

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