Celtic defender Erik Sviatchenko is a man of many talents, but Salt Bae, it seems, is not one of them.
The centre-back impressed in the Bhoys’ Champions League campaign and opened his scoring account for Denmark in spectacular fashion against France. Moreover, he owns his own fashion label and has an impressive command of English for someone who has only lived in Scotland for 18 months.
And while he may also be a dab hand in the kitchen, his Salt Bae technique needs a bit of work.
Recently, Sviatchenko helped Brendan Rodgers’ side to a 27-match unbeaten run that surpassed the record of the legendary Lisbon Lions side that won the European Cup in 1967 – a sequence that was preserved at the weekend as the Parkhead club came from 2-1 down against St Johnstone to win 5-2.