Best And Worst Players Rated In Celtic’s Triumph Over Hamilton: Check Who Got A 5

New Douglas Park was the venue where The Celts went hunting and they did yield a commanding result. Brendan Rodger’s Celtic dismantled Hamilton effortlessly and moved a point ahead of Aberdeen with an extra game played. A goal from Edouard, a brace from Sinclair and a superb finish from Armstrong paved the way for victory. Here’s how The Hoops have been rated after the win:

GK – Craig Gordon – 5/10

Leaving the game without a clean-sheet must have hurt Gordon who should have dealt with the cross way better from which Goric scored. Decent overall as usual.

CB: Mikael Lustig – 7/10

Raided time and again to push forward and create another attacking option which was interesting to watch. He didn’t have much to do in defence.

CB: Jozo Simunovic – 7/10

A performance filled with confidence and composure. Played a terrific through ball to Edouard which led to Sinclair’s first goal.

CB: Kieran Tierney – 7/10

Covered the centre-back region today and he was tidy at his work. Stuck to basics, played simple passes and pitched in from the left side whenever needed.

RM: Callum McGregor – 7/10

Faired well enough playing in a peculiar position from his perspective but got an assist for Armstrong’s goal by playing a classic one-two.

CM: Scott Brown – 6.5/10

One major negative incident and one major positive incident for the midfielder. Played a sweet through ball for Sinclair’s second but didn’t track Goric properly which led to the goal for Hamilton.

CM: Stuart Armstrong – 7.5/10

Scored a sublime opener for Celtic coming from the left and finishing beautifully. Battled hard in the midfield and made good work out of it. Top performance from the lad.

LM: Scott Sinclair – 8/10

Missed chances to get a hat-trick but took the most important ones when they mattered to get a brace. Looked to be the person who carried the most threat

RF: James Forrest – 7/10

He was alert on the right and put in a good shift which allowed Roberts to roam free. Could have gotten assists but it was a very neat performance.

LF: Patrick Roberts – 8.5/10

He was troublesome all night and kept finding spaces for Celtic to exploit. Played one-two for Edouard goal as well. A great debut and the Celtic fans would only hope that he keeps this consistency.

ST: Odsonne Edouard – 8/10

His strength and presence was evident and he fared so well. He looks seriously promising after arriving on loan from Paris St.Germain. Fit in perfectly.

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