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Celtic-St Johnstone Player Ratings

Celtic players celebrate creating the new unbeaten domestic record of 63 games

Player ratings from today’s record-breaking 4-0 victory over St Johnstone:

Craig Gordon - 5: Had practically nothing to do the entire game, only required to make one save

Mikael Lustig - 6: Solid in defence and attack, had a decent game

Dedryck Boyata - 6: Didn’t have much to do in defence, so spent the going forward with the ball with some success

Nir Bitton - 6: Solid in defence but then he didn’t have anything to deal with

James Forrest - 6: Didn’t play as well as he did against Bayern Munich unsurprisingly, but still played well enough

Scott Brown - 7: Had a running battle with Paul ‘crap’ Paton who should have been sent-off for an elbow on Brown, he controlled the midfield as usual

Stuart Armstrong - 6: Set up the opening goal and almost scored with a good curling shot that was well saved, played quite well

Kieran Tierney - 7: Perpetual motion as usual., he was constantly on the attack and causing St Johnstone problems

Callum McGregor - 6: Had a decent enough game, was substituted around the hour mark

Scott Sinclair - 8: His best game in weeks, ended his scoring ‘drought’ and was far more involved than he’s been in recent weeks

Moussa Dembele - 8: Another great performance, scoring a goal and setting up two others, he’s on the way to playing as well as he did last season


Tom Rogic - 5: Had some nice touches as usual in his half hour cameo

Jonny Hayes - n/a: Didn’t really feature much

Olivier Ntcham - n/a: Scored a good goal in the last minute of the game