Celtic boss Neil Lennon was pleased to see Adam Matthews’ first goal for the club but immediately demanded more from the Welsh international.
|“His deliveries at times, especially in the first half, were of real high quality” – Neil Lennon|
The 20-year-old full-back struck the only goal last night on the end of a surging run as the visitors finally accounted for stubborn second division opponents Arbroath 1-0 in their Scottish Cup fourth round replay at Gayfield Park.
“We have asked him to be a little bit more productive going forward,” Lennon told the Sporting Life. ‘Defensively he is excellent, one-on-one defending.
“In the last couple of games we have seen him play in a couple of great balls for goals and score a goal,” he continued. “And he’s capable of that, we see it training. His deliveries at times, especially in the first half, were of real high quality. Adam is a young boy who is developing brilliantly.”
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