Celtic fans did not enjoy the performance of forward Oliver Burke during last night’s win away to St Mirren.
Neil Lennon’s side have taken another step towards an eighth league title in a row after goals from Timo Weah and a returning Ryan Christie delivered another three points.
After Sunday’s derby win and last night’s victory we are now just six points away from clinching the silverware.
There was little pressure on the trip to Paisley, with Lennon making a number of changes to his energy-sapped first-team from the weekend.
One of the players coming in was Oliver Burke, starting in attack ahead of Odsonne Edouard.
However, he hasn’t done his chances of more appearances much good at all, failing to have much impact on the game, fluffing chances and struggling to give the Hoops a focal point in the opposition half with poor touches and passing.
Many have now gone off the idea of signing him permanently if he commands a large fee this summer.
These supporters took to Twitter to share their thoughts on his display…
Oliver Burke is one of our worst signings in years
— James Moir (@moirjames) April 3, 2019
Playing Oliver Burke against teams that sit in is stupid.
His one and only attribute is his pace running in behind.
He doesn't hold it up well. He's not a target man. He couldn't trap a bag of cement.
I'd be very disappointed if we spent a load of money on him.
— Chris Toal (@Chrispytoal) April 3, 2019
Safe to say the Oliver Burke up top experiment is over?! ????
— Gerry McGinty (@gerrymcginty88) April 3, 2019
Oliver Burke , just don’t get him, bang average at best
— Thomas McGregor (@theviewfrom201) April 3, 2019
Oliver Burke’s first touch is like a snooker cushion ????????
— William Eadie (@WilliamEadie2) April 3, 2019
Oliver Burke is absolutely murder ????
— joe michael naughton (@joey_naughton) April 3, 2019
Hot take: Oliver Burke attempting to drive his transfer value down with this performance so Celtic get a bargain
— uıɐllıʌʞooqɔıɯoɔ (@Bwaaas) April 3, 2019
Oliver Burke is a fast runner not a fitbaw player.
— Martin Geraghty (@MartinGeraght1) April 3, 2019
What did you make of Oli Burke’s performance against St Mirren? Have your say below…