The Best And The Worst Celtic Players Rated From Their Win Against Hamilton Academical

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - NOVEMBER 27: Scott Brown, Erik Sviatchenko and Stuart Armstrong of Celtic celebrate during the Betfred Cup Final between Aberdeen and Celtic at Hampden Park on November 27, 2016 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

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Scott Brown: 7/10

Bossed the midfield area. Faded off in the closing stages of the game.

Stuart Armstrong: 8/10

Another man of the match esque display from the central midfielder. Was all over the pitch. Scored a stunning goal.

Patrick Roberts: 6/10

Played okay but we expect much better from him.

Callum McGregor: 5/10

Was brilliant in the first half picking up pockets of space and trying to create. Put his team on the back foot by getting a second booking just after the restart of the game after half-time.

Scott Sinclair: 7/10

Shot high and wide early in the game but his movement and running was always a danger for the Hamilton defence.

Leigh Griffiths: 7/10

Gave his team lead late in the second half. Was subbed off at half-time by Dembele after sustaining a minor calf injury.

Substitutes

Moussa Dembele: 7/10

Set up the second and scored the third goal for Celtic after coming on and put an end to his six-game goalless run

Nir Bitton: 6.5/10

Came on to provide his side much-needed steel after the sending off of McGregor and did his job well.

James Forrest: NA

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