Joe Hart: The shot-stopper went walkabout after a stray Hatate pass and was erratic at times. The post came to his rescue when 16-year-old striker Rory McLeod and Tony Watt both struck the woodwork in the second half but was well beaten by on-loan Manchester United star Dylan Levitt's superb strike. 6

Anthony Ralston: The right-back produced a sensational 60-yard Andrea Pirloesque diagonal cross-field pass to Forrest before blasting a left-foot shot over the bar in the opening exchanges. He marauded forward at will and had a lot of joy down the flank. It was no surprise when he stood up a brilliant cross from which Giakoumakis buried a header seven minutes after the interval. 8

Cameron Carter-Vickers: The USA international centre-half is allegedly attracting interest from Premier League side Newcastle United but he has been an absolute star for Celtic this season. The player certainly looks happy and comfortable in his surroundings and Celtic's trump card is the fact they can offer Champions League group stage football. It's over to the big man to decide where he sees his future. 8

Carl Starfelt: The Swede really has settled into life and his role as a Celtic defender and his displays of late have been stellar. He will never please all of the faithful but has been stoic in the last couple of months and barely put a foot wrong. 8

Greg Taylor: The Scotland full-back is thoroughly deserving of his league winners medal and although Celtic have been linked with Hammarby full-back Mohanad Jeahze he has not let it affect his concentration levels and if anything has found more gears as the campaign wore on. 8

Callum McGregor: The captain was the only survivor from the side that drew 0-0 at Tannadice and relinquished their title last season. How McGregor righted that wrong as he achieved his dream of becoming a title-winning Celtic skipper. Quite simply put he is a fabulous footballer and he wins Celtic's MVP award hands down. 8

Matt O'Riley: The Danish under-21 midfielder is looking every inch a snip at £1.2 million. He produced a wonderful nutmeg at one stage that was a thing of beauty and a joy to behold. There is much more to come from the Hoops man who is a potential star in the making. 6

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Reo Hatate: Returned to the starting fold as he came in for Turnbull and coolly took the ball off Hart's toes and regained control after a wayward attempted back pass. Skied an attempt over the bar in the opening 45 and was enjoying a decent outing before being replaced by Turnbull after 63 minutes. 6

Liel Abada: The Israeli wide man was given the nod in place of Jota and he drifted in and out of the contest to no great effect in the first half. He was looking for his third goal this season against Dundee United but never got into the danger area enough and was eventually replaced by Maeda. 6

James Forrest: Started like a train inside five minutes but faded badly. The wide man saw an early effort blocked by the Tangerine defensive wall and was unlucky not to get on the end of a Giakoumakis centre when he jabbed out a leg and failed to connect. 5

Giorgos Giakoumakis: Replaced Kyogo as he spearheaded the attack. The hitman headed Celtic in front in 53 minutes with another one-touch finish as he made it 15 for the season but dragged a decent chance wide to make it 2-0 and put the game beyond Dundee United. 7


Jota: The Celtic fans' favourite replaced Forrest on 63 minutes and the Cinch Player of the Month for April fired one into the side netting. 5

Tom Rogic: Came on for the clever O'Riley for the last 27 minutes and tried in vain to fashion a winner. 5

David Turnbull: Hatate made way for 'The Bull' with 27 minutes left on the clock and looks to be enjoying being back in the first-team fray. 5

Daizen Maeda: Replaced Abada for the last 20 minutes as Celtic chased a winning goal. 4

Kyogo Furuhashi: Came on for Giakoumakis in injury time. 

Substitutes not used: Scott Bain, James McCarthy, Yosuke Ideguchi, Stephen Welsh: