Celtic are ahead in Perth after a week worked move from the Scottish Champions forced an own goal.
Kyogo came deep before switching the play for Maeda. The winger cut in and played it to Aaron Mooy, who returned the ball to Kyogo. The Japanese striker took a touch before firing the ball towards the goal only for veteran defender Andrew Considine to bundle it over the line.
The former Aberdeen man, making his 600th career appearance, actually opened the scoring when the team met in October.
An own goal from Considine gives Celtic the lead!
But it was a fantastic play by Kyogo to start the move 👏 pic.twitter.com/9K71qs5RoJ
— Sky Sports Scotland (@ScotlandSky) February 5, 2023
Celtic will be hoping for a few more goals as they look to capitalise on this early lead.