The Celtic midfielder had a very mixed afternoon at Dingwall.

It’s fair to say that the ‘game of two halves’ adage rang true for Celtic midfielder Tom Rogic this afternoon.

The Hoops survived a bit of a scare to beat Ross County 4-1 away from home and extend their lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership to three points, with Rangers having a game in hand.

It wasn’t a good first half for Celtic star Rogic, who was partially culpable for the hosts’ equaliser despite a suspicion of a foul beforehand.

Here’s how fans of the Parkhead club reacted to his first 45 minutes:

Neil Lennon’s side bounced back to lead 2-1 at the break and it was Rogic who established daylight in the scoreline.

On 67 minutes, the Australia international added a third to effectively kill off Ross County altogether, with Ryan Christie, who scored Celtic’s first two goals, turning provider to set up the big man.

And a lot of Hoops supporters went from slating him to praising him.

Here’s how they reacted to his goal:

Michael Johnston wrapped up the points for Lennon’s side two minutes after replacing Rogic to seal the win by a three-goal margin.

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