Odsonne Edouard has scored 83 goals for Celtic and now the Frenchman has sat down with Celtic TV to discuss the goals that mean the most to him. Edouard selected his goal at Ibrox in March 2018 as one of his favourite moments, helping Brendan Rodgers’ side to a 3-2 win.
The 23-year-old has been Celtic’s talisman since arriving on a permanent deal in 2018 after a successful loan period and it is expected that he will eventually depart for a record fee this summer.
A player of Edouard’s class was always expected to go to the very top of the game and it is incredible reliving some of these moments in recent seasons. A lot of criticism sometimes is levelled at Edouard but he is a sentimental character, listing a number of goals that had significant meaning to him, including the Treble Treble winner, his first goal and the first at the beginning of the 5-0 rout over Rangers to win 7-in-a-row.
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