Angus Gunn 7

Didn’t really have much to do, believe it or not. The one time he was beaten, the crossbar came to his rescue. Looks an assured presence

Aaron Hickey 8

Looked slightly unsure at times in the first-half but grew into the game and made some crucial blocks and tackles. Tremendous gamesmanship rolling back onto the park after going down injured.

Ryan Porteous 8

The night the former Hibs defender arrived as international footballer. Got his head to everything and put his body on the line with a crucial last ditch tackle in the box. Immense.

Grant Hanley 8

Most suited at the heart of that back three where he can impose himself physically and organise those around him. Handled the physical threat of Joselu well.

Kieran Tierney 8

Lung bursting run left Dani Carvajal for dead at the second goal, brilliant pace and power. Nico Williams on at half-time could have presented problems but the forward barely had a touch.

Andy Robertson 8

It’s now three assists in the last two games for the captain, showing excellent composure to pick out McTominay for the opener. Barely troubled defensively but perhaps a tad lucky not to receive more than a booking for a clash with Pedro Porro.

Scott McTominay 9

A certified goal machine. Has apparently spent his time on the fringes perfecting the art of the late run into the box, and long may it continue. Used the ball well, was disciplined and finished brilliantly in a near flawless display.

Callum McGregor 8

A quieter night for the Celtic captain in terms of getting on the ball, and perhaps the only criticism of the team performance that they did use him more often. Constantly directing traffic, a leader.

John McGinn 7

Like McGregor, didn’t see as much of the ball as he would have liked, but ran himself into the ground and stopped the Spanish midfield hitting their stride. Hit the bar with a free-kick from the right.

Ryan Christie 7

Full of running and heart, caused the visitors problems with his directness when Scotland played through their press. Seemed surprised the goal opened for him with a first-half chance that went just wide.

Lyndon Dykes 7

An arduous shift up top alone for the forward, and he gave it absolutely everything. Could have held the ball in better at times but attitude second to none, unlucky not to score after going clear in behind.


Liam Cooper (for Tierney 75) 5

Steady as he came on to shore up at the back.

Kenny McLean (for Porteous 75) 5

Slotted into midfield comfortably as McTominay went to centre-back.

Nathan Patterson (for Hickey 82) 4

On at right wing back as Scotland managed the game.

Lewis Ferguson (for McGinn 82) 4

Dogged for the last 10.

Lawrence Shankland (for Dykes 90) 2

On to give Dykes a deserved breather.