Celtic fans were feeling the love last night despite watching their side draw 1-1 with Partick Thistle.
Despite a penalty miss Scott Sinclair was voted man of the match, his goal did help, but the main focus of the night was on Tom Rogic.
After more than three months out injured ‘The Magic Man’ made his return to action with the most critical stage of his completed.
Rogic replaced Eboue Kouassi in the 62nd minute and found himself in a good physical encounter as Partick Thistle equalised soon afterwards through Adebayo Azeez with both teams pushing for a winner.
Tom Rogic to come on the park at HT say “this is my yard now” and walk off.
— Big Smoke (@_TomFlan1888) April 5, 2017
Full-time: 1-1. Positives: Still unbeaten and Tom Rogic is back.
— A Grand Auld Team (@FritzAGrandAuld) April 5, 2017
Unbeaten #Celtic held to 1-1 draw by plucky Partick Thistle.Home scorer Sinclair had a penalty saved.But the good news is Tom Rogic is back.
— Brian McNally (@McNallyMirror) April 5, 2017
Best news of the night is that Tom Rogic is fit again! Yas!
— Bogle (@Bogleshake) April 5, 2017
The roar Tom Rogic got when he came on tonight was sensational
— Darren (@ocbhoy) April 5, 2017
Rogic’s return was the big bonus for Brendan Rodgers to take from a match in which he rested five players who had started the title clincher at Tynecastle.
The midfielder will be assessed today and tomorrow for any reaction, if all is well he’s likely to start Saturday’s match against Kilmarnock as the issue becomes form rather than fitness as Rodgers shapes up his side for the Scottish Cup semi-final against Sevco on April 23.