How the Celtic players rated during 2-1 Glasgow Derby win over Rangers
Ratings out of ten for every Celtic player as Neil Lennon’s side left it late to grab all three points against their nearest rivals.
The victorious Celtic players applaud their fans at full time. Picture: SNS Did not have a save to make before Ryan Kent's strike went in off his feet. Spilled Kent's late strike but saw the rebound cleared. (5/10) Defended well and made a good impact going forward in the first half. (7/10) Made a very positive start and came close with a powerful strike but his pre-match calf injury forced him off. (7/10) Strolled through the first half and made an excellent clearance to prevent Joe Worrall netting a late equaliser. (7/10) Was ropy in possession but solid in defence until left flat-footed as Kent burst past him to equalise. Went off with a hamstring injury with 15 minutes left. (5/10) Did the simple things well but biggest contribution was subtly provoking Alfredo Morelos, with the Colombian responding with a wild swing of his arm and getting another red card. (6/10) A sublime first-time pass set up the opener and he finished calmly to secure the victory. Again a big player in the big moments. (8/10) Impressed on his first appearance of the year following injury before going off just after the hour mark. (7/10) Led the line superbly, threatened several times and finished brilliantly to open the scoring. His composure allowed him to pick out Forrest for the winner. (9/10) Typically busy display and his interception helped set up the winner. Was playing left-back by that point. (6/10) Got round the outside a couple of times and delivered some decent balls as Celtic dominated the first half. A booking saw him taken off to ensure the teams were not evened up. (6/10) Saw a lot of the ball but shot straight at the goalkeeper the only time he got in behind after a smart one-two with McGregor. (6/10) Looked short of sharpness as he made his first Celtic appearance of 2019. (5/10) A difficult task coming into two different positions in quick succession in a frantic finale. (5/10)