Mika Biereth reveals Heartwarming Support from Celtic Star in His Scottish Settlement
According to Mika Biereth, a Celtic player assisted him in settling down in Scotland.
After taking one look at Scottish football, Mika Biereth came to the conclusion that the sport is made for roughhousing.
In Sunday's victory over Hibs, an impressive Motherwell debut for the Arsenal resulted in a goal and an assist in a standout display. The 20-year-old, who came on in the second half as a substitute, made the most of his chance by first setting up Connor Wilkinson's opening goal and then scoring what ultimately proved to be the game-winning goal.
Biereth played for RKC Waalwijk during the previous season, but in just over 40 minutes in Scotland, he has already scored half as many goals as he did in the Eredivisie.
The striker outmuscled Will Fish for his own goal after robbing Lewis Stevenson to set up Wilkinson. He was a continuous headache for the Hibs defense.
At Fir Park, he was motivated to make an impact as soon as possible, and given that he did not participate in a preseason, he believes he still has enough to offer.
And Biereth believes he is prepared to succeed when others might shudder at the SPFL's more strong elements.
"It wasn’t bad!” he...
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