Striker Celtic launched can’t cease scoring


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Lady Luck was actually shining down on Ross Stewart as Sunderland took on Lincoln City in midweek, the Scot bundling the ball residence on the rebound after his preliminary penalty was saved by visiting goalkeeper Josh Griffiths. 

Though that’s not to say Stewart normally has to depend on the whims of fine fortune.

There was nothing fortunate about the best way he dismantled Sheffield Wednesday on the finish of December, netting his maiden hat-trick in English soccer. 

He was an unlucky deflection away from successive trebles towards AFC Wimbledon too. And that the majority scrappy of midweek tap-ins took Stewart’s tally to 18 objectives in simply 26 video games this season. 

Daizen Maeda already loving Glasgow, as Ange bolsters Celtic backroom group



Daizen Maeda already loving Glasgow, as Ange bolsters Celtic backroom group





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It will not be unrealistic at this stage to recommend that the so-called ‘Loch Ness Drogba’ may really exceed the outstanding tally produced by Charlie Wyke throughout his remaining season on the Stadium of Light.

Sunderland’s promotion hopes seemed to be in terminal decline as soon as Wyke, final season’s 31 aim prime scorer, left for title-rivals Wigan Athletic. 

Thanks to Stewart, nevertheless, Sunderland are second within the desk, degree on factors with Rotherham United and dreaming of an escape from their League One jail.

Should Celtic look to deliver again Sunderland’s Ross Stewart?

“Ross Stewart is starting to look like he could finish the season as the league’s top goalscorer,” stated former Black Cats ace Stephen Elliott, talking to the Sunderland Echo. 

“His movement on Saturday was top class and he must be feeling very confident at the moment that he will score a couple every game. We better hope he can stay fit and healthy.” 

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Remarkably, Stewart has scored extra objectives within the first half of this season than he managed in three full campaigns at former employers Ross County north of the border.

Now tenth within the Premiership desk, simply 4 factors off the underside, how Malky Mackay’s Staggies may do with Stewart again in Dingwall. 

According to the Daily Record, the Ayrshire-born targetman additionally had a spell in Celtic’s academy earlier than being launched by arguably the largest membership within the nation.

There’s an argument to be made, given Celtic’s overreliance on Kyogo Furuhashi, that Ross County will not be the one Premiership membership who could also be wishing they might name upon the irrepressible Stewart nowadays.

Celtic and Ross County’s loss, nevertheless, is most actually Sunderland’s achieve.

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