Dutch-born Ghanaian wingback, Jeremie Frimpong, was left impressed by his side, Celtic’s, 3-2 victory against Livingston in the Scottish Premiership at Celtic Park on Saturday 19th September 2020.
Frimpong who spoke to the media after the game said “Our main goal as a team was to beat Livingston and get back top of the league. We were delighted to do that on Saturday.”
Celtic moved to the top of the table following the victory but moved back down to 2nd following fierce rivals Rangers drawing 2-2 with Hibernian.
“It was hard for us as the start with the games being postponed and it meant we had to play catch up but we have won five league games in a row now and are up there.” Frimpong said
“We couldn’t think about possibly being points behind when the games were called off. It was a matter of taking it one game at a time. We knew we had the quality to get wins. Now we want to stay up there at the top, although we know it won’t be easy.”
“Every team is giving their all against us but we have to compete with them.” He concluded
19-year-old Frimpong was born in Amsterdam and was a part of the Manchester City youth set-up from 2016 to 2019 when he moved to Glasgow giants Celtic. He has so far made 8 appearances for The Celts scoring and assisting once.
by Leroy Hawkson|TalksAfrica.com