FK Sarajevo 1-3 Celtic: How the Celtic players rated in Champions League clash

Marks out of ten for every Celtic player to get minutes in Bosnia & Herzegovina...

Celtic manager Neil Lennon
Celtic manager Neil Lennon

Celtic used 14 players as they came from behind to win in Bosnia and Herzegovina...

Smart save early on from Hebibovic as the 'keeper raced from his line to narrow the angle. No chance with the goal and rarely tested after.

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Few shaky moments early on and lost his man for Sarajevo's goal. Recovered from his error to lead from the back and was barely troubled after
Looked a little awkward at right-back but found composure as game went on
Asked to fill in at centre-back but didn't look altogether comfortable. Performed well enough, but isn't a long-term solution at the back
Got forward well in first half and chucked over a handful of inviting crosses. Not really tested defensively but forced off with injury before the hour mark
Brushed off the ball rather too easily for the opener but had a hand in Celtic's second and protected the back line with his usual effectiveness
Looked a bit sluggish to begin with but soon settled into his role as the "clock" in Celtic's midfield as he kept things ticking over in the engine room
Was Celtic's most dangerous forward in the opening exchanges and it was no surprise when he fired in the equaliser. An impressive showing from the youngster.
Back from injury and looked like he hadn't been away. Got stuck in and had a couple of half-chances in the first half.
Another who struggled to get going in the early stages, but did have half-chance that he put narrowly over. Not his best game but pace still a concern for Sarajevo's rearguard
Conspicuous by his lack of impact in the first half and didn't cover himself in glory at Sarajevo's goal but made amends with fine goal to put Hoops in front
Replaced Bolingoli-Mbombo and stuck to his duties well enough
On for Johnston with 25 minutes remaining. Put in a shift and engineered third goal for fellow wideman Sinclair
Replaced Forrest with 12 minutes left and scored cheeky third to give Celtic a cushion going into the second leg