Celtic striker Oh Hyeon-gyu has scored his first goal for the club.

He found the back of the net against St Mirren in the Scottish Cup fifth-round tie between the sides at Parkhead. 

You can watch the goal below.

Earlier, Kyogo Furuhashi suffered an injury forcing him off. The Japanese frontman was replaced by Liel Abada on 14 minutes after appearing to pick up a knock to his arm.

Losing Kyogo would be a major issue for Ange Postecoglou with the 28-year-old currently the first-choice striker at the club.

He has already netted 19 goals in the Premiership and has been key for the Hoops all season.

Postecoglou moved winger Daizen Maeda into the middle of the attack after Kyogo's injury with Abada utilised out wide, with Oh entering the fray for Jota in the second half.

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