How Celtic loanee Timothy Weah celebrated Man United’s win in Paris

Posted Friday, March 08, 2019 by 101 GREAT GOALS

How Celtic loanee Timothy Weah celebrated Man United’s win in Paris

Celtic's Timothy Weah & PSG

Back in the January transfer window, American international Timothy Weah joined Celtic on loan from PSG.

18-year-old Timothy Weah is the son of African legend George Weah.

Weah only made two appearances for PSG this season for manager Thomas Tuchel. His last appearance came way back in August.

Since joining Celtic, the teenager has scored two goals in seven league matches.

Weah has also appeared for Celtic in the Europa League.

Weah's contract at Parkhead is only until the end of the season, at which point he's expected to return to PSG.

Timothy Weah celebrated Man United's win

Considering he's a PSG player, French football fans have paid attention to how Timothy Weah celebrated Man United's win over PSG in the Champions League.

Weah inserted himself in the comments section to an Instagram post from Tahith Chong.

The 19-year-old Dutch midfielder was a second half sub for Man United in Paris.

The American forward labelled Ching a 'big baller'.

For the record, it's unclear how Weah and Chong know each other as they've never played in the same team before.

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