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Celtic Twitter Admin Faces Backlash Over MOTM Poll

It was a fantastic day for Celtic as we thrashed Greenock Morton 5-0 in the 4th round of the Scottish Cup in today’s early kick-off.

Two goals each for Kyogo and Aaron Mooy along with another beautiful strike from Turnbull on the edge of the area saw the hoops advance through to the next round.

Morton were arguably the better team in the opening ten minutes or so and it looked like it was going to be a tough game for us, but the penalty just zapped all the life out of them and they never recovered.

Credit to the Celtic support, because every single fan I have seen comment on the decision said it should never have been a penalty, and I completely agree with that.

But, we’ve had numerous penalty decisions go against us for ones just as bad or perhaps even worse so far this season, the referees in this country are simply not up to standard.

And it was Aaron Mooy who dispatched the penalty with ease, sending the keeper the wrong way, and it was also Mooy who added the fifth goal of the game, capping off yet another wonderful performance in the hoops.

Abada was really good first half and Kyogo also scored two good goals, especially the second one which was fantastic, but he was subbed off at half time.

So it was quite a surprise in the stadium and for those watching at home when it was Kyogo who was voted the Man of the Match award by Celtic, because it looked like Aaron Mooy ran the whole game, and even Leanne Crichton on BBC commentary said that Mooy was her Man of the Match.

It is Celtic fans who now get to vote on Twitter for the MOTM award, but they only get two options to pick from, and for some reason, the Celtic admin only allowed you to pick from Kyogo and David Turnbull, who although scored a good goal, was nowhere near being the best player on the park with all due respect to him.

And Celtic fans on Twitter made sure the Celtic admin got the message!

Check out the tweets below.

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