Celtic defeated Hibernian 4-1 in the 16th round of the 2023-24 Scottish Premiership at Celtic Park in Glesgo, Scotland, at 4:45 a.m. on the 7th (Korea time). As a result, leading Celtic continued their unbeaten streak with 13 wins and three draws (42 points), and they are eight points ahead of Rangers (34 points), who played one game less.
Oh Hyun-kyu, who started, scored multiple goals and led the team to a great victory. In the 5th minute of the first half, Cameron Carter-Vickers’ shot from a corner kick crossed Oh Hyun-kyu’s body competing with a defender in front of the goalkeeper.
In the 10th minute of the second half, when they continued to lead 3-0, they stole the ball through strong contention in the opponent’s penalty box and kicked it well towards the empty spot when they saw the goalkeeper come out. It was the second multi-goal game after the 13th round against Aberdeen, and they scored up to five goals for the season.
According to the Scottish “Glasgow Time” on Sunday, Oh felt unfair when he scored his first goal. Oh said, “It was a very important touch. But I don’t think anyone knew that I touched it. None of the players believed me.” 파워볼게임
He continued, “Even the stadium announcer said it was Carter Vickers’ goal. So I said, ‘No! No! No! No!’ Still, I was really grateful to Carter Vickers for the opportunity to contribute to the goal.”
Lastly, “I want to play and score as many games as possible in December. After contributing to the team, I also want to participate in the Asian Cup. I was very happy to get the chance to start, and it was really good to score two goals. I tried not to be lazy, and I tried to do what the coach said. It was important to play aggressively. When I get an opportunity like this, I really want to catch it.”
According to Oh, his teammates and even the announcer in the stadium thought it was Carter Vickers’ goal in the first goal. However, if you look closely, you can see his body rubbing against him. His teammates ran towards Carter Vickers at the ceremony, which was a misunderstanding.