Colin Kazim-Richards joined Celtic in the January transfer window.
Colin Kazim-Richards says that the best moment he has experienced in a Celtic shirt to date is when Tom Rogic slammed home a long-range winner against Kilmarnock.
Kazim-Richards joined Celtic in the January transfer window, following the expiration of his contract at Feyenoord, and he has gone on to make 11 appearances for Ronny Deila’s side to date.
The 29-year-old was asked for his favourite moment so far by one fan, and he selected Rogic’s goal against Kilmarnock as the best memory.
Rogic’s strike against Kilmarnock may have a chance of winning Celtic’s goal of the season competition, as it was highly important.
The Bhoys had been matched for much of the contest at Rugby Park, but Rogic’s moment of inspiration secured the three points.
The memory may be special for Kazim-Richards as he also was given a full 90 minutes in the contest.
The Turkish international forward has generally been used as a substitute throughout his time at Celtic to date, with only three of his 11 appearances coming from the start.