The defender is normally prolific on Social Media but after two months out with a back injury during which he barely shared a thought he seems back in the groove.
His return to action away to Sparta Prague wasn’t a night to remember but his header last week to open the scoring against Lille provided Celtic fans with a little ray of hope through a miserable autumn and winter.
Following that win up with three SPFL points against Kilmarnock suggests a change in fortune but after a run of two wins from 12 matches nothing can be taken for granted.
On Sunday Jullien has the opportunity to complete his collection of Scottish medals when Celtic take on Hearts in the final of the Scottish Cup.
A repeat of that scoreline if not the frantic reliance on an outstanding goalkeeping performance would do on Sunday although a more emphatic result would be easier on the nerves.
— Chris Jullien.. (@Chri6ViF) December 16, 2020
Eye of the tiger big man, another winner on Sunday please?
— John (@John33679480) December 16, 2020
Hopefully another winner from you at hampden on Sunday???
— John Whitelaw (@JWhitelaw88) December 16, 2020
Quadruple treble in sights ?
— Shaun McDermott (@Shaunmcd21) December 16, 2020
Make history on sunday big man
— Dman (@DmanDaymandman) December 16, 2020