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How the Celtic players rated during Europa League victory over Lazio

Ratings out of ten for every member of Neil Lennon's side in their Europa League group clash with Italian giants Lazio.

Player ratings scale - 10: One of best performances you've seen. 9: Outstanding. 8: Very good. 7: Good. 6: Average. 5: Poor, 4: Very poor. 3: Terrible day at office. 2: Abysmal. 1: One of worst performances you've seen.

Fumbled a shot early on and slow to react to a couple of loose balls in his box. Questions may be asked about the goal due to the angle. Produced a huge second half stop at point-blank range which proved crucial. And another late on.

1. Fraser Forster - 8

Fumbled a shot early on and slow to react to a couple of loose balls in his box. Questions may be asked about the goal due to the angle. Produced a huge second half stop at point-blank range which proved crucial. And another late on.
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Was a key part of a bright opening for Celtic, linking well with James Forrest and displaying plenty of skill. Had a sloppy couple of moments in the second half but overall an assured display.

2. Hatem Abd Elhamed - 7

Was a key part of a bright opening for Celtic, linking well with James Forrest and displaying plenty of skill. Had a sloppy couple of moments in the second half but overall an assured display.
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Started the match so brightly offering positive runs down the left, while shutting down crosses effectively. However, made the wrong decision going narrow rather than closing down Manuel Lazzari for the opening goal.

3. Boli Bolingoli - 7

Started the match so brightly offering positive runs down the left, while shutting down crosses effectively. However, made the wrong decision going narrow rather than closing down Manuel Lazzari for the opening goal.
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A huge intervention to stop Correa in the second half was superb defending. His partnership with Kristoffer Ajer is continuing to blossom. Oh, and he headed in the winner.

4. Christopher Jullien - 8

A huge intervention to stop Correa in the second half was superb defending. His partnership with Kristoffer Ajer is continuing to blossom. Oh, and he headed in the winner.
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