Forward thinking

Celtic showed tonight they have a front-three of real quality. Jota, Kyogo and Liel Abada worked wonders together in Budapest all finding the net.

It's not the first time the trio have impressed but it's another showing which proves their worth when all played together, especially with Kyogo deployed through the centre.

What's more impressive, perhaps, is the fact Ange Postecoglou could bring all three off and replace them which James Forrest, Mikey Johnston and Giorgos Giakoumakis.

The Greek striker hasn't yet found his form but if he can - and Forrest and Johnston get up to speed - then Postecoglou could have two top front-threes to choose from.

Better Bitton

Nir Bitton came under a bit of criticism for his performances played at centre-back. 

But there is no disputing that he showed why he favours playing in defensive midfield with his showing in the 3-2 win.

He was a calm head in the midfield and was comfortable in receiving the ball and slowing things down while also happy to move play to the more creative players.

Bitton's role in anchoring the midfield not only suited him, but it also allowed Callum McGregor to push further upfield while David Turnbull relished his responsibilities both going forward and tracking back.

Injury worries

While there were plenty of positives, injuries may be the only drawback from the Europa League win.

Nir Bitton and Stephen Welsh both appeared to take slight knocks in the victory in Hungary.

With Carl Starfelt and Christopher Jullien still out it could leave Celtic turning to Osaze Urhoghide, Liam Scales or Dane Murray to step in.

However, Postecoglou will be hoping neither injury is too serious: with Carter-Vickers not yet having the opportunity to strike up a lasting partnership with a team-mate at centre-back, and Bitton puttin in a positive performance.