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Celtic-Kilmarnock Player Ratings

Star man Tom Rogic in action against Kilmarnock

Player ratings from today’s comfortable win over Kilmarnock:

Craig Gordon - 6: Another game where he had practically nothing to do apart from claim a few crosses

Anthony Ralston - 7: Played well again at right back, could well be the long term replacement for Mikael Lustig

Kristoffer Ajer - 7: Another solid performance, impressed with a great challenge to break up a Killie attack before Celtic’s second goal

Kieran Tierney - 6: Did well enough playing in an unfamiliar centre-back role but didn’t have much to deal with

Calvin Miller - 8: Very accomplished performance, put in some very good crosses, did well in defence and was unlucky not to score

Scott Brown - 6: Strolled the game like he usually does most weeks

Tom Rogic - 9: Fantastic performance, his assists for both Celtic goals were a touch of art

Stuart Armstrong - 5: Found it difficult to get into the game as his indifferent start to the season continues

Callum McGregor - 6: Had a relatively quiet game but responded with the second goal so you can’t complain

Kundai Benyu - 6: Quiet in the first half, moved into the middle in the second half and was far more involved

James Forrest - 7: Fine finish to open the scoring and in general had a good game as Celtic’s ‘front man’


Leigh Griffiths - 5: Got into plenty of good positions but unable to get a goal

Nir Bitton - 5: Did well enough but forced off injured with a late injury that will concern Brendan Rodgers

Mikael Lustig - n/a: On too late to affect the game but did give the ball away a few times