How the Celtic players rated in their 3-1 win over Kilmarnock.

FRASER FORSTER: Didn’t have a lot to do in the first half, but made a couple of decent blocks in the second half. No chance with Kabamba’s diving header. 6

JEREMIE FRIMPONG: Skinned Hamalainen to set up the opening goal and generally gave the left-back a torrid time. Started move for second goal too. Pace and direct style makes him perfectly suited to wing-back role. Worry late on as forced off through injury after Power challenge. 8

KRISTOFFER AJER: A little unsure of himself in the first half, making one or two uncharacteristic errors, but settled into the game and started to carry the ball out effectively. 6

JOZO SIMUNOVIC: Went close with a header early on only to be denied by a stunning Koprivec save. Slowly regaining his sharpness after long period on sidelines. 6

CHRISTOPHER JULLIEN: Like his defensive partners, he took a bit of time to settle into the back three, but there is no doubting the threat he poses at the other end. Rose brilliantly to head home the third from Griffiths’ corner. 7

JONNY HAYES: Willing runner up the left, but struggled to find a teammate with his deliveries in the first period. Kept it simple after the break and greatly improved as a result. 6

SCOTT BROWN: Decent battle in the middle of the park with Power and Dicker, and used the ball well when a bit of football broke out too. 7

CALLUM MCGREGOR: Only he will know how he didn’t score after a wonderful mazy run that eventually saw him slice wide from close range, but only a slight blemish on an otherwise accomplished showing. 7

OLIVIER NTCHAM: Sees passes that others don’t and showcased his vision here to great effect, but may be disappointed that he didn’t convert one of a number of chances he had from the edge of the area. Still, so good to watch. 7

ODSONNE EDOUARD: Somehow contrived to miss an open goal after poor Koprivec punch but made up for it with a delightful first touch, spin and cool finish for the opener. A constant threat with his clever movement and close control. 8

LEIGH GRIFFITHS: Was a little peripheral in first half despite a couple of free-kick efforts, but did what he does best five minutes after the break as he controlled and drilled home to double Celtic’s lead. Linked up well with Edouard thereafter. 8


MIKEY JOHNSTON: On for last 10 minutes as Griffiths ran out of steam and almost made an immediate impact, firing just wide. 4

MORITZ BAUER: On for Frimpong in dying moments. 2

BAYO: Got run out in injury time. 2