Brendan Rodgers’ side were all gun blazing against Partick Thistle at Celtic Park in the Scottish on Saturday afternoon.
BBC journalist Pat Booner has told BBC Sport (14:19) that Celtic’s James Forrest was magnificient for the Scottish giants against Partick Thistle at home.
The 26-year-old Scotland international featured for his side in the Scottish Cup fifth-round tie against Partick at Celtic Park on Saturday afternooon.
He was the star of the show, as he scored all Celtic’s three goals to guide Rodgers’ side to a 3-2 win against Alan Archibald’s men.
And former Celtic and Republic of Ireland international goalkeeper Bonner was following the match, and the 57-year-old now working with BBC raved about Forrest.
Bonner told BBC Sport (14:19):
“James Forrest was magnificent. He is a player on top form and high in confidence.”
James Forrest was Celtic’s best player against Thistle, and Scottishman three goals at Celtic Park saw the Glasgow giants nail their place in the sixth round of the Scottish Cup.
He is a very talented and promising winger who is going to be important for Rodgers’ squad as the season progresses on his full wings.
With Celtic playing in the Europa League knockout stages, fans will hope that the winger does well make Rodgers’ lineup and perform brilliantly as he has shown against Thistle.