Oh Hyeon-gyu at the Old Firm Derby, the best rivalry game, ‘goal bad luck’… Celtic lost
Oh Hyeon-gyu started in the Scottish professional football rivalry, ‘Old Firm Derby’. However, Celtic also suffered a complete defeat amidst the misfortune of hitting the goal post.
Celtic lost 0-3 in an away match against Rangers in the 35th round of the 2022-2023 Scottish Premiership held at Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow, Scotland on the 13th (Korean time).
The two teams based in Glasgow are two of Scotland’s most prestigious teams, and the confrontation is called the ‘Old Firm Derby’ and is considered the most popular card in the league.
Oh Hyun-kyu, who scored the 3rd league goal in the 34th round against Hearts of Midlothian (2-0 win) and put a wedge in Celtic’s early win, started as a central striker in the traditional rivalry that day and played at the forefront until the 18th minute of the second half when he was replaced. rocked
It has been about three months since the 26th round against Aberdeen on February 19 that Oh Hyun-kyu started in a league game.
Oh Hyun-kyu penetrated the space behind Rangers’ defense in the 7th minute of the game and seized the opportunity to report goals in 2 consecutive games. Oh Hyun-kyu, who caught the ball in front of the goal without a defensive check, checked goalkeeper Robbie McCrory advancing and calmly lifted the ball slightly into the air with his left foot. However, the ball hit the goal post by a short distance and flowed out.
After that, he didn’t create any threatening scenes. WhoScored.com, a soccer statistics website, gave Oh Hyeon-kyu a rating of 6.04.
Celtic conceded a goal to Todd Cantwell in the 5th minute and gave up a header to John Soter from a corner kick in the 34th minute of the first half.
In the 25th minute of the second half, Passion Sakala snatched the ball as the Celtic defenders got twisted and passed the goalkeeper, before scoring a wedge goal to make it 3-0.토스카지노
On this day, Rangers tried to compensate for the pain of failing to win this season by being on the offensive throughout the game, recording 16 shots, more than Celtic (8).
Celtic (31 wins, 2 draws, 2 losses, 95 points) had already won the previous match, widening the gap with Rangers (27 wins, 4 draws, 4 losses, 85 points), and won their 53rd championship in the Scottish First Division. The first place in this category is Rangers (55 times).
With this defeat, Celtic has been undefeated in 28 official matches (26 wins, 2 draws) since the group stage match (1-5 loss) of the European Football Association (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) with Real Madrid (Spain) on November 3 last year. Closed.