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Aberdeen 0 - 3 Celtic: How the Celtic players rated

Ratings out of ten for every Celtic player as Neil Lennon’s side made it to the Scottish Cup final with victory over Aberdeen.

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Touched the ball about three times the entire game. Never had a save to make and never looked like having to make one as soon as Aberdeen went down to ten men. (6/10)

1. Scott Bain

Touched the ball about three times the entire game. Never had a save to make and never looked like having to make one as soon as Aberdeen went down to ten men. (6/10)
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A Lustig performance of old. The Swedish right-back was not only solid defensively - not always a given these days - he also got forward to support the attack well. His cross for Hayes led to the penalty award. (8/10)

2. Mikael Lustig

A Lustig performance of old. The Swedish right-back was not only solid defensively - not always a given these days - he also got forward to support the attack well. His cross for Hayes led to the penalty award. (8/10)
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Not a vintage performance from Celtic's favourite son. He wasn't asked too many questions defensively, but his distribution was surprisingly lax and he wasn't much of a force driving from deep. (6/10)

3. Kieran Tierney

Not a vintage performance from Celtic's favourite son. He wasn't asked too many questions defensively, but his distribution was surprisingly lax and he wasn't much of a force driving from deep. (6/10)
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Sam Cosgrove wasn't given much help as Aberdeen's lone striker, but Ajer and Simunovic still deserve credit for how well they played the towering target man. (7/10)

4. Kristoffer Ajer

Sam Cosgrove wasn't given much help as Aberdeen's lone striker, but Ajer and Simunovic still deserve credit for how well they played the towering target man. (7/10)
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