Joe Hart: He may not have had a whole lot to do throughout the afternoon but Hart was nonetheless a constant vocal presence behind his back four and looked like he was thoroughly enjoying playing in the arena that is Celtic Park. 6

Anthony Ralston: The 22-year-old is cutting a more confident figure on the ball these days while his customary high work-rate was still there too. His persistence almost led to an assist if not for a goal-line clearance from Kyogo’s close-range effort. Scythed down by Jordan Marshall shortly before half-time as Dundee started to lose the plot a little, but recovered well and picked up where he left off after the break before scoring a second impressive goal in the space of just over a week. 7

Stephen Welsh: Back in the team after a few games on the bench and did not do his burgeoning reputation any harm. His improvement on the ball has been clear to see during pre-season and he continued that progress against Dundee with a composed display, even testing away keeper Adam Legzdins with a low shot just before the break. 7

Carl Starfelt: The big Swede is growing into his role bit by bit and, while he still does not look totally convincing with the ball at his feet, his demeanour suggests he is starting to feel some confidence flow into his play. Took a sore one from Paul McMullan when clearing a ball after the break - one of several fouls referee Euan Anderson saw fit to leave unpunished - and otherwise strolled through the match. 7

Greg Taylor: The left-back had shown hints of a passing ability hitherto thought beyond him against Hearts and Jablonec but could not do the same on this occasion. His defensive positioning was suspect a couple of times when Dundee did venture into the final third but otherwise he was not particularly flustered in a match Celtic dominated. 6

Callum McGregor: Asked to sit deeper with the omission of Ismaila Soro and inclusion of Tom Rogic and as usual performed to a high standard throughout. His combination of composure and quality is simply irreplaceable for Celtic. That he sorted out the minor dispute over who was taking the penalty quickly and efficiently should not be overlooked. Directing the team into a post-match huddle in front of the fans was a touch of real leadership and surely a marker that McGregor wants to spend his time as Celtic captain the way his predecessor Scott Brown spent his: winning. 7

Tom Rogic: The Australian, on a rare start, showed glimpses of his undoubted ability – particularly when he got into advanced positions to combine with Kyogo, from which he should’ve bagged an assist – and found the net himself with a simple finish on 49 minutes.

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Liel Abada: His slowest start to a match in a Celtic jersey burst into life after 20 minutes when he scampered down the right and put a great ball in for Furuhashi to score. Thereafter the Israeli’s belief was almost palpable as he once again made the right flank his own and was still posing Dundee problems right up until the end, including winning a penalty with just a few minutes remaining. 7

David Turnbull: A much-needed dynamic display from the midfielder, starting with a cracker of a ball to set Abada free down the right for Kyogo’s opening goal. Turnbull’s set-piece deliveries were tantalising, he roamed the midfield with conviction and didn’t shirk his defensive duties either when called upon. 7

Ryan Christie: Finally back in the starting XI and once again demonstrated his suitability to the way Postecoglou wants the team to play. Poised, persistent and potent, Christie put in the type of performance that further reinforces why so many fans want him to remain at the club. This was exemplified with a magnificent show of strength and skill to rescue an overhit Turnbull pass and lay the third goal on a plate for Rogic just after half-time before a sensational threaded pass for Kyogo’s hat-trick. More displays like this and someone will prise him away sooner rather than later. Do the deal, Celtic. 8

Kyogo Furuhashi: Seemed like he might have a harder time of it against three Dundee central defenders but the impressive movement that was on show against Jablonec was so again here. Missed a fantastic chance after 10 minutes following a sumptuous one-two with Rogic but made up for it with a deft finish from Abada’s cross after 20 and a real poacher’s effort five minutes later from Christie’s low ball. Only a goal-line clearance prevented him from notching a 27-minute hat-trick on his first home start while he also missed a third decent chance after the hour mark before grabbing his treble with another sharp run and finish. Otherwise, he showcased an array of lay-offs and led the line with such commitment that the fans in attendance will have been left in no doubt Postecoglou has recruited a serious player. 9

Substitutes – James Forrest (for Rogic 65): Put in a decent cross and set up Ralston for the fifth. 6

Odsonne Edouard (for Furuhashi 69): Scored a penalty after playing a lovely ball through for Abada to win it. Also dragged a shot wide after good combination play between himself, Ralston and Turnbull . 6

Adam Montgomery (for Taylor 72): Not involved a whole lot. 5