Former Celtic left-back Kieran Tierney lastly created his debut for Arsenal yesterday given that leaving Parkhead for the Emirates Stadium for £25 million through the summer time transfer window.
The Scotland international featured for 77 minutes as the Gunners strolled to a comfy five- victory against Nottingham Forest to book their spot in the fourth round of the League Cup, and he was incredibly impressive.
Tierney had to battle a double hernia and an Osteitis pubis issue in his final days at Celtic, and the injuries delayed his Arsenal bow.
The 22-year-old place in a strong shift in front of the Gunners fans, and some Hoops fans couldn’t support but watch their former club star.
Right here is how some of them reacted on Twitter afterwards:
We have been robbed for 25 million
— connor 🇮🇪 (@hctelfih) September 24, 2019
All the most effective Kieran, appears you have played properly tonight, I’ve noticed.. Nicely completed, I’d nonetheless rather have you at Celtic, but fully grasp your need to play in that league.
— Will McCusker (@WilliamMccusk10) September 24, 2019
Loved the boots 👊🏼🍀
— CelticForever (@CelticForever_) September 24, 2019
Nicely completed tierney 🍀🍀🍀🍀🍀 pic.twitter.com/QmGt8ijuPo
— Ryan Holroyd (@RyanHolroyd1) September 24, 2019
Each celtic fan feels like a proud da just now seeing how properly Tierney has performed on his arsenal debut
— Malcolm allan (@Malcolmallan4) September 24, 2019
Kieran Tierney celtic legend. Runs in his veins. Hope he does properly 🍀
— Holy Goalie-Bolingoli (@Holy_Goalie92) September 24, 2019
Nicely completed Kieran knew they would enjoy you just as we do. Hail hail 🍀🍀🍀💚💚💚
— Irene Strang (@Issy_Westlifer) September 24, 2019
Roberto Carlos turns up to 5s with a Tierney strip on…. Reality I
— CeItic fc (@UpdatesCeltic) September 25, 2019
The Celtic academy graduate could make his Premier League debut for Arsenal against Manchester United this weekend as he surely impressed manager Unai Emery.
Tierney established himself as the most effective left-back in the Scottish Premiership in current seasons, winning 3 PFA Scotland Young Player of the Year awards and assisting Celtic to 3 domestic trebles in a row ahead of leaving.
With 170 games below his belt, the Gunners are acquiring themselves an knowledgeable player on each the domestic and continental fronts.
The Scot’s versatility – he can also play centre-back, left wing-back and correct-back – will also come incredibly handy at his new club, and Celtic will hugely miss him without having a doubt.