Joe Hart: Former England number one took a real chance with a crazy dribble inside three minutes but he was always in control of the situation. He was very rarely troubled by Motherwell in all fairness and did not have to field a single shot from the hosts. 7

Anthony Ralston: The Celtic right-back was in the right place at the right time to sweep the ball behind to prevent Jordan Roberts from having a tap-in. It was a timely intervention but, rather like Boli Bolingoli, Ralston just doesn't seem to suit the inverted style and is beginning to look more out of his depth in that role. He did test Liam Kelly with a shot from outside the area after the break. 5

Carl Starfelt: The Swedish central defender coped well with whatever Motherwell had to throw at him. He still looks cumbersome playing the ball out from the back at times and that led to him opting for a safety-first approach a lot in this one. 7

Cameron Carter-Vickers: The Englishman enjoyed a real tussle with all of the Motherwell attackers at some stage. Of all the Celtic defenders he seemed to relish the out and out combative nature of the match the most and never put a foot wrong. 7

Boli Bolingoli: Drafted in from the cold once again after the 1-0 loss to Livingston last month, the Belgian just looked ill at ease with Postecolgou's inverted full-back system and his display was littered with errors and misplaced passes as well as a handball he luckily got away with. 5

Callum McGregor: The skipper really is a baller. He broke forward whenever he could and always offered an outlet for goalkeeper Hart when he wanted to distribute the ball. Was left raging by replacement referee Chris Fordyce's half-time whistle as he got set to launch another swift counter-attack. He always made himself available in general play and really is leading by example these days. 7

David Turnbull: The Scotland midfielder copped the boo-boy treatment from the Fir Park faithful and dragged an awful shot wide of the target on eight minutes when he had options either side of him. He managed to silence his former employers when he crashed home a beauty of a second goal on 52 minutes to make the points safe for the visitors. 7

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Liel Abada: The Israeli winger saw a lot of the ball in the opening 45 but his delivery into the box left a lot to be desired. He was very wasteful in attack and kept hitting high balls into Kyogo which were meat and drink to the home defence. It was no surprise when he was replaced by Giorgos Giakoumakis on 73 minutes. 5

Tom Rogic: The twinkle-toed Australian hit an exquisite defence-splitting pass that allowed Jota to run in and confidently score the opening goal. It was a rare touch of class in a game that was badly crying out for something to happen and, all afternoon, Rogic peppered the game with sublime pieces of skill. 8

Jota: The Portuguese winger is riding the crest of a wave at this moment in time and made it two in two matches with a superbly-executed and confidently curled finish from Rogic's through ball. The wideman is becoming a bit of a fan favourite and it is not hard to see why. 7

Kyogo Furuhashi: The Japanese striker cut a peripheral figure in the first half. Although his levels improved in the second - he got more involved and sidefooted one wide from Ralston's low cross - he did not get his obligatory goal. 6


Giorgos Giakoumakis (for Abada, 73): The Greek striker came on for the ineffective Abada on 73 minutes and tried to unselfishly lay one on a plate for Kyogo when pulling the trigger would have been the preferred option. 3

Nir Bitton (for Rogic 73): Replaced the excellent Rogic when the points were safe and well and truly in the bag. 3

Mikey Johnston (for Kyogo 82): Given nine-minute run-out when he came on for Kyogo. 1

Subs not used: Scott Bain, Liam Scales, Albian Ajeti, Stephen Welsh.