Adam Idah grabs an assist on Celtic debut

Adam Idah reacts to a miss in Saturday's World Cup qualifier

Adam Idah Credit: Ben Whitley (ETPhotos)

The Republic of Ireland international was introduced as a second half substitute as Celtic drew 1-1 with Aberdeen. 

Idah signed for Celtic on loan until the end of the season on deadline day of the January transfer window.  

On Saturday, the Irish striker came on in the 59th minute for Portuguese midfielder Paulo Bernardo for his debut in the famous hoops. 

Idah made an immediate impact as he linked up with fellow substitute Nicolas-Gerrit Kühn as he set up Kühn, who’s deflected strike beat Kelle Roos in the Aberdeen goal to level the match at Pittodrie.


The game finished 1-1 which featured fellow Irishmen Liam Scales, and Rocco Vata for The Celts, while Jamie McGrath and Killian Phillips started for Aberdeen. 

Elsewhere, Idah’s international teammate Troy Parrott was on the scoresheet once again in the Eredivisie on Friday night.