INCREDIBLE; List Awarded Players after Win and Rated in Celtic “

Even though they were down to ten men, Celtic defeated Livingston on the road with three goals and kept the top spot in the Premiership rankings. They faced Motherwell this afternoon in another challenging road test, and the Hoops won 2-1 due to a goal from Matt O’Riley in the 97th minute at Fir Park.

made a number of significant saves. Couldn’t have done much to prevent Blair Spittal’s late equalizer. relief when O’Riley recovered the lead a short time later.

Johnston, Alistair: 7

he balanced his offensive and defensive play. fought back during the fight, along with making some savage runs and whipping in crosses from the right wing.


Seven Gustaf Lagerbielke

was awkward in his tackles. But before giving way to Nat Phillips at the hour mark, he dominated the defensive duels for the most part.


Scale of Liam: 7.5

The Irishman, who is making the most of his opportunity in the middle of the backline, put up yet another tough effort. showed off his aerial prowess and tackling prowess throughout the game.

8 Greg Taylor

The Scottish left fullback looked sharp down the left as he set it up for O’Riley, who converted the cross with pure skill and earned all three points for this day.


Caleb McGregor: eight

The captain dominated the midfield contest with his distribution and vision. Additionally, it was laid on for Luis Palma, who scored the game’s winning goal in the last seconds.

8.5 for Matt O’Riley

The Dane’s work ethic, dashes through the middle, and attacking build-ups as a “number 8” were superb throughout the entire game. His late goal gave the Celts three enormous points from this challenging away game.


Hatate Reo: 7

did well to retake control of the ball in the middle of the field. His quick movements and teamwork frequently created space in and around the attacking third. But when playing it into the final third, the Japanese midfield ace ought to have been more direct. made room for David Turnbull toward the end of the game.

5.5 Hyun-Jun Yang

hardly made an effect down the right wing and was replaced by James Forrest, a veteran, at halftime.


6.5 Daizen Maeda

Had an uneven experience while playing from the left. Notwithstanding his best efforts, his final output severely let him down before he was replaced by Luis Palma.


(6) Kyogo Furuhashi


It was a quiet afternoon for the Celtic hitman, who struggled to maintain his focus while also remaining alone. was pulled off late in the day for Oh Hyeon-gyu

Hyun-Jun Yang, 5.5

barely had an impact down the right wing before being substituted by James Forrest, a seasoned player, at halfway.


Daizen Maeda, 6.5


Had inconsistent results when playing with the left. Despite his best efforts, he was greatly let down by his final product before Luis Palma took his place.


Kyogo Furuhashi (6)


The Celtic hitman struggled to stay focused despite remaining alone during the tranquil day. was abandoned for Oh Hyeon-gyu late in the day.

he cut inside from the left and blasted into the goal to score the opening goal for his new team.

5.5 Oh Hyeon-gyu

Almost no touches after replacing Furuhashi for the game’s closing period.






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