GOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAAALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL Rogic pic.twitter.com/sNKmGBMDzB
— Celtic Goals ☘ 💚 🍀 (@CelticGoals) March 11, 2018
Tom Rogic‘s 11th-minute Old Firm Derby screamer helped Celtic defeat fierce rivals Rangers 3-2 in a scintillating game at Ibrox.
Down 1-0, Rogic produced a moment of sheer brilliance, bursting towards goal and shooting from long-range to cancel out Josh Windass’ opener.
Level at 2-2 at half time and soon down a man, the odds were stacked against Celtic, but they came out on top thanks to an Eduoard winner.
Rogic was the unlucky man sacrificed when Jozo Simunovic was handed his marching orders in the 57th minute.
In the Netherlands, Ajdin Hrustic also found his name on the scoresheet with a 90th-minute sealer for FC Groningen against PEC Zwolle.
Groningen won the game 2-0 and as well as netting, Hrustic played out 96 minutes.
Elsewhere in the Eredivisie, Brad Jones continued in goal for Feyenoord, who defeated AZ Alkmaar 2-1.
Danny Vukovic‘s Racing Genk lost an effective six-pointer against Gent 2-1 in Belgium. The goalkeeper saw out the full match.
In Cyprus, Tommy Oar and Apo Giannou came head to head as APOEL and AEK Larnaca faced off in a 0-0 draw.
Giannou started and played the full 90 minutes, while Oar saw 23 minutes off the bench.
In Portugal, Awer Mabil was an unused substitute for Pacos de Ferreira, who secured a big 1-0 win over giants FC Porto.
Tomi Juric started on the bench and saw 15 minutes for FC Luzern, who defeated FC Basel 1-0 in the Swiss Super League.
In Slovenia, Jason Davidson saw 17 minutes off the bench for Olimpija Ljubljana and was booked.
Across in Asia, Mitch Langerak kept a clean sheet for Nagoya Grampus in a 0-0 draw against Shonan Bellmare.
Connor Chapman played a full match at defensive-midfield for Pohang Steelers in their 3-2 away win over Jeonnam Dragons.
Dylan McGowan was also in action, completing a full match for Gangwon in a 2-1 away win over FC Seoul.