How the Celtic players rated in their 6-0 win over Ross County.

FORSTER Dealt with a cross from Joshua Mullin in the first-half and denied Ross Stewart with an outstretched leg in the second. Had very little to do otherwise 6

FRIMPONG The former Manchester City player made his first start in the Ladbrokes Premiership and only his second appearance for Celtic. The 18-year-old showed his youth and inexperience at times, but he also offered glimpses of his talent. Had a hand in the fourth goal and set up the fifth 7

JULLIEN Got upfield whenever he was able and used his height and physicality to good effect in the Ross County box. The French centre-half was unfortunate not to score himself. Teed up the second goal with a cross that Keith Watson failed to clear 7

AJER Dealt with what little threat the visitors posed comfortably and helped his side keep a deserved clean sheet. But the Norwegian defender won’t have many easier afternoons than this one this season 6

BOLINGOLI Overlapped at every available opportunity and was untroubled by the County forwards defensively 6

BROWN Strolled through the 90 minutes. Was alert to any County attacks and quickly broke them down 6

MCGREGOR Hit the post in the first half after being teed up by Odsonne Edouard. Made amends for that missed opportunity when he made it 3-0 in the second half. Was replaced by Nir Bitton in the second half 6

FORREST Supplied Edouard for his second goal and then scored himself shortly after that. Another who was taken off to give him a rest before the Lazio match on Thursday night 7

ROGIC The Australian playmaker made his first league start since returning to full fitness from a lengthy injury lay-off in the absence of the suspended Ryan Christie. Showed some nice touches, not least when he sent Vakoun Bayo through on goal late on, but he needs games 6

ELYOUNOUSSI The Southampton loanee opened the scoring in the fourth minute and performed brilliantly thereafter. He even chipped the ball into the box using a cheeky rabona at one point. Had the simplest of tasks to score from close range in the second half. He is clearly loving life at Celtic 8

EDOUARD Outstanding. Dropped deep to pick up the ball regularly and wreaked havoc with his tricks, dummies and back heels. Netted twice in the second half to take his tally for the season to 11 and set up McGregor for his goal before being replaced to a standing ovation 9


BAYO Took over from Edouard. Had a hand in the sixth goal and should have made it seven 4

BITTON Replaced McGregor. Enjoyed his run-out 3

SHVED Hardly involved 2