Celtic star Giorgos Jakoumakis named FIFA 22 Team of the Week after hat-trick against Dundee

GIORGOS GIAKOUMAKIS Named in FIFA 22 Team of the Week.

The Celtic star scored a hat-trick over the weekend as he helped his team beat Dundee 3-2.


Giorgos Jakoumakis celebrating a goal for CelticCredit: Kenny Ramsay
Yakumakis Named In Fifa 22 Team Of The Week


Yakumakis named in FIFA 22 Team of the Week

And he will be aiming to get on the scoresheet again when the Hoops meet Bodo/Glimt tomorrow night.

However, his performance on Sunday did not go unnoticed by EA Sports.

Giakumakis was named in the FIFA 22 Team of the Week just weeks after the inclusion of Reo Hatate.

The Celtic star appears alongside some of the biggest names in world football.

Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger, Tottenham striker Harry Kane and Barcelona striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang are just a few of them.

Jakoumakis’ rating of 80 also means he is ranked higher than some of the other names on the list, including former Hearts ace Ben Garuccio.

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The Australian defender made the team just days after scoring an impressive scorpion kick for Western United’s A-League side.

Meanwhile, Bodo/Glimt boss Kjetil Knutsen praised his side for how they defended against Celtic in their 3-1 win over Parkhead.

And he admits he expects the Hoops to come out and attack them again tomorrow in the second leg of the European Conference League.

He said: “I think playing at Celtic Park was a really good game.

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“We knew before the game that we were going to play against an attacking team.

“It is very important to defend against this team because they want us to open up.

“I really felt in the last game that we defended well, but in the end we opened up too much space on the left and right.

“There were a lot of crosses in our box.

“We scored the first goal. It was really important. Then we controlled the game.


“But after they scored and made it 2-1, there was a really great atmosphere in the stadium.

“But we were lucky that we scored after 90 seconds.

“We analyzed the game and prepared well for a tough game. I think we learned a lot from the last game.

“We know we are playing against an attacking team. I think they will do the same.”

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