Celtic have some very exciting young players to call on.
Celtic overcame Inverness Caledonian Thistle 3-0 on Saturday courtesy of a Gary Mackay-Steven goal and a brace from Leigh Griffiths.
Despite the score-line the Bhoys had to work hard for their victory and did not find the net until nine minutes after half-time, with Inverness having some wonderful chances to go ahead prior to that strike.
Still, Celtic ended up as comfortable winners and that allowed manager Ronny Deila to make some changes late on.
Recent loan signing Patrick Roberts made his debut for the club when he came off the bench for the last eight minutes of normal-time, while fellow midfielder Ryan Christie looked bright alongside the Manchester City youngster.
Christie came through the ranks at Inverness before moving to Celtic last year, and he impressed against his former side.
After the match we took to Twitter to see what Celtic fans thought of the young duo’s cameo performance and you can read a selection of what we found below:
Ryan Christie seems a tidy wee player through the middle— Beyond the Waves (@BTWCelticShow) February 20, 2016
Scott Allan and Ryan Christie on the park 5/10 mins and you can already see the pace has upped and more urgency in the passing #Celtic— Scott (@ScotRK1981) February 20, 2016
Ryan Christie and Scott Allan on the pitch, at the same time! A wonderful time to be alive! #Celtic— Bogle (@Bogleshake) February 20, 2016
Really really like the look of Ryan Christie. Great feet and movement— Emrod (@Emrod_lives) February 20, 2016
Ryan Christie - baller— Kieran Mullen (@kieranyama) February 20, 2016
@patrick7roberts looked the part mate, plenty big games to come, your gonna get the crowd on their feet with that trickery I saw yesterday— Stephen McIlwraith (@smclwrth) February 21, 2016
@patrick7roberts I think I speak for all Celtic fans in saying i cannot for the life of me work out why you are not in 11. Hail Hail Patrick— ryan mc connaughie (@ryanbhoy3) February 20, 2016
@patrick7roberts you were terrific today sir, you'll bring the crowds back.— Stephen (@green7ste) February 20, 2016