Celtic striker Oh Hyeon-gyu almost scored his first goal for South Korea after he had a stunning strike against Uruguay ruled out by the officials for an offside.

The 21-year-old joined the Hoops in January and was making only his third appearance for his country during the friendly.

Oh came off the bench during the second-half of the defeat to the South American side and thought he netted his first international strike.

The forward picked up the ball inside the opposition's box, quickly turned the defender marking him and rifled the ball home.

However, it was ultimately ruled to be offside.

You can watch his strike in the clip below.

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Meanwhile, Celtic Women boss Fran Alonso has posted on social media for the first time since the controversial Glasgow Derby draw against Rangers.

The match at Broadwood ended 1-1 after a late equaliser from Hoops defender Caitlin Hayes.

It is a result which keep Alonso's side a point ahead of the rivals in second place in the SWPL.

However, the fixture was marred by scenes at the end after Rangers coach Craig McPherson allegedly headbutted the Hoops manager.

The Hoops have since addressed the incident a full-time directly, saying in a statement to the Scottish Sun: "Clearly this is a hugely concerning incident, falling well below any acceptable standard.

"We understand the matter is now being investigated and it will be up to all relevant authorities to take any appropriate action."

Police Scotland enquiries into the incident are also underway to establish whether any criminality occurred. 

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "We have received a report regarding an incident at Broadwood Stadium on the evening of Monday, 27 March.

"Enquiries to establish any criminality are at an early stage."

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