He’s only recently joined the Hoops, but Armstrong Oko-Flex has already shown glimpses as to why Celtic brought him to the club from Arsenal.
The Irishman, born in Dublin, helped his team complete a comeback against Falkirk in the SPFL Reserve Cup.
Not only did he score the winner, he also got the equaliser after the Bairns went ahead through a penalty, 30 minutes in.
And as if getting a brace to win the game coming from behind wasn’t enough, Oko-Flex scored the winner with an audacious flick from a corner.
Twitter: @ArmstrongOkoflx completed the #CelticFC Reserves comeback against Falkirk with a deft flick at the near post!… https://t.co/vxqCGwzALZ (@CelticTV)
Celtic currently sit second in Group B, level on six points with Aberdeen above them, after their three games.
Aberdeen do, however, have a game in hand on the Hoops and find themselves level having just played two thanks to beating Celtic reserves back in October.
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