Celtic 1 - 2 Salzburg: How the Celtic players rated

Ratings out of ten for every Celtic player after Brendan Rodgers' men lost - yet still reached the knockout stages of the Europa League

The Celtic stars at full-time after qualifying for the knockout stages of the Europa League. Picture: Getty
Made two or three superb saves, but blotted his copybook with a horrendous error for Salzburg's second. (5/10)
Sustained an early head knock. Laboured on for a few minutes but was forced to go off. (6/10)

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Caught underneath the ball as he misjudged Salzburg's first goal and was a bit shaky throughout. (5/10)
Stronger than his centre-back partner but still faced a tough task against the visitors. (6/10)
Tried his best to drag Celtic up the park with his lung-bursting runs from deep. (7/10)
One of the few bright sparks in the first half and put in a shift in an unusual striker position after half-time. (7/10)
His influential was limted due to Salzburg's pressing but he still tried to get his foot on the ball and play. (6/10)
Caught in possession too often and never looked like inflicting pain on Salzburg. (5/10)
Battled well after a quiet opening half-hour. Was forced early in the second half with a nasty looking injury. (6/10)
Didn't get into the game enough as an attacking threat and hooked at the half. (5/10)
The Frenchman struggled to hold play up and made the wrong choice often in the final third. (5/10)
Kris Ajer - Dreadful backpass and missed open goal (5/10). Scott Brown - Brought on to stem the flow (6/10). Olivier Ntcham - Poor at opening goal but scored pen (6/10).