How the Celtic players rated in 4-3 loss to CFR Cluj

Marks out of ten for every Celtic player to see game time against the Romanian champions

Celtic v CFR Cluj

One player gets an eight but there's a smattering of fours and fives...

Didn't have a lot to do and had no chance with Deac's opener. Could possibly have done better at penalty which he got a hand to.

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Returned from injury and grew into the game as it progressed. Set up Edouard's goal but was posted missing as Omrani scored his second
Had second-half header cleared off the line but didn't cover himself in glory for Cluj's third
Struggled like the rest of the backline and was guilty of wayward passing in the opening 45. Came close with a header in the second period but has had better games
Shoehorned into the left-back position and didn't look comfortable at all. Lucky not to concede penalty, although did register a fine assist for Forrest's goal.
A grim night for the captain, who failed to block cross for Cluj's opener and then gave away penalty with bizarre handball.
Started off brightly and put in a shift in the middle of the park. Tried to make things tick before tiring in the second half
Restored to the starting line-up after recovering from injury but failed to get a foot on the game.
Given special attention by Cluj after scoring in the first leg but still managed to find the net. Plugged away but was powerless to prevent Celtic's exit
Fine performance from Christie who exuded energy in the middle of the park and capped performance with well taken-goal.
Frenchman shone up front and had a hand in all three of Celtic's goals on one of his most complete performances in the Hoops.
Replaced Johnston but struggled to make an impact as Cluj roared to victory
Thrown on as Celtic looked for a bit of magic but was unable to impact final result
Last roll of the dice as Neil Lennon took the kitchen sink approach at the game but barely had a sniff