Joe Hart: The former England shot-stopper made a tentative start by playing his first pass straight out the park and putting his defence under unnecessary pressure in his next involvement. His distribution was wayward at times and he also rather unconvincingly palmed Ramirez downward volley onto the crossbar in the opening 45. He should have bundled Montgomery out of the way which might have prevented the equaliser. 6

Anthony Ralston: Took up some decent positions down the right flank but his final product leaves a lot to be desired. After enjoying a decent run of form it is fair to say that his levels have dipped dramatically. Effort and commitment won't be enough at this rate moving forward to justify staying in the team. 5

Carl Starfelt: The Swedish defender has copped some flak for his displays of late and was in a real battle with the dual threat of Christian Ramirez and Austin Samuels. He gave away cheap fouls by being touch tight to his man instead of backing off. He still looks very uncomfortable and cumbersome when he is charged with the task of passing the ball around at the back. 5

Cameron Carter-Vickers: The defender looked to have had a slight tug on Christian Ramirez jersey as they both grappled in the box but a penalty award would have been harsh. The Englishman's distribution and crossfield passes were actually pretty decent but that was interspersed with some slack and sloppy play at the back of the pack. 6

Adam Montgomery: The youngster needlessly gave the ball away on 23 minutes which led to the Dons penalty claim and looked hesitant in possession on occasion and his passing could also have been better. The manager clearly has faith in the 19-year-old to start matches. He justified that selection by playing the ball across the face of the goal that saw Jota pounce to score an unlikely winner. 6

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Callum McGregor: The skipper was allowed a licence to roam from box to box with the inclusion of Bitton and he seemed to enjoy his day. He is a reassuring presence in the Celtic midfield and leads by example always. The Scotland midfielder looked far more comfortable with a sitting midfielder and a No. 10 beside him in the engine room. 7

Nir Bitton: The Israeli internationalist squandered a huge opportunity when he escaped the attentions of Scott Brown and screwed a header wide from six yards with the goal at his mercy inside ten minutes. He was deployed in the sitting midfield role and he was performing well enough until he was criminally beaten to the punch on 55 minutes by Lewis Ferguson for the equaliser. He was booked for his troubles for a late lunge and hooked for Tom Rogic with 20 minutes to go. 6

David Turnbull: The midfielder shrugged off Thursday's Europa League howler his lethal delivery was snapped up by the wonderful Kyogo who did the rest for the opener. He picked up a debatable yellow card after 36 minutes for an innocuous challenge and had some niggly fouls thereafter. His delivery into the area was good but he flitted in and out of the contest and produced nothing of note after the break. 6

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Jota: The Portuguese wide man enjoyed a wonderful tussle with Calvin Ramsay out on the left flank and was fouled persistently. He proved that he can mix it up and showed real mettle at times. He also fired in a superb effort on 39 minutes which crashed back off the crossbar. He picked up a booking for persistent fouling on 66 minutes and he got his just reward on 84 minutes by stabbing home the winner. 7

Kyogo Furuhashi: The Japanese bhoy continued his sensational goalscoring run when he deliberately chested Celtic in front to make it 8 goals in 11 matches so far. How Celtic have missed his influence in attack and his contribution is already unquantifiable. There was plenty to admire about the strikers' relentless running and attitude. He is a predator in the area and he gambled on David Bates making a mistake and was rewarded with a rare scruffy goal. 7

Liel Abada: The Israeli winger saw a lot of the ball in the opening period but was not as productive as he could have been. He faded badly in the second half and unsurprisingly was replaced by Ajeti after 71 minutes. 4


Albian Ajeti: Flung on for the ineffective Abada with 20 minutes left on the clock. 3

Tom Rogic: Came on for Bitton with 20 minutes to go as Ange chased a win. The Aussie's twinkle-toes provided his compatriot by producing a superb piece of skill to unlock a stubborn Reds defence by releasing Montgomery who crossed for Jota to score and his influence was crucial. 6

Substitutes not used: Scott Bain, Liam Scales, Georgios Giakoumakis, James McCarthy, Stephen Welsh.