Celtic prospect Leo Hjelde has assisted in putting the nation up 1-0 against Portugal.

On Tuesday afternoon, the two youth sides met for the first time and the team that is led by the Celtic prospect is making the most of the opportunities.

Celtic respect Leo highly and the defender got glowing reviews from John Hughes during his loan spell at Ross County last season.

The 17-year-old defender might make an immediate impact for the Hoops next season if the new boss sees the same potential that everyone else does.

Leo is a confident young man who might be a bright spot for the team next season as they attempt to replace Kristoffer Ajer, who has expressed his decision to depart.

Many things are up in the air right now, but there is a great chance for periphery players and kids to put themselves out there and be seen by new eyes.

In all of his spells at the club, Neil Lennon was not a fan of using the young players in the team; ideally, the next manager would balance experience with youth.