Joe Hart: The Celtic shot-stopper was a total spectator in the rain in the first 45 minutes until he picked the ball out of the net as Josh Campbell expertly tucked away the spot-kick by sending him the wrong way. 6

Alistair Johnston: What a find the Canadian international has been and he just continues to impress in every outing in a Hoops jersey. He linked well with Jota all day and he is another whose energy levels and stamina are incredible. He really has settled into his role and his life at the club. He saw a drive deflected wide of the target and one particular pick out down the line to Liel Abada was exquisite. 8

Cameron Carter-Vickers: The USA defender was overlooked for an international call-up this week and he copped a real sore one on the head from Thody Elie Youan. The Frenchman was subsequently given his marching orders for a second bookable offence after talking out both members of the Hoops central defence. That apart he was defensively solid. 8

Carl Starfelt: He smashed a header off the crossbar on 16 minutes as he showed that he had shrugged off the hip flexor problem which troubled him and forced him off the field at Tynecastle last weekend. The Swede stupidly pulled Paul Hanlon's jersey in the box, and he was correctly penalised, and Campbell scored from the spot to give the ten men a lifeline in the game. It was another clumsy concession and not for the first time from him this season. 6

Greg Taylor: There seemed to be no real injury worries for the left-back despite Scotland boss Stevie Clarke's claims in midweek. The inverted full-back role is second nature to him, and he tried to keep Hibs on the backfoot at all times by marauding forward and supporting Daizen Maeda whenever he could. He was replaced by Bernabei just after the hour mark. 6

Callum McGregor: The skipper was very quiet by his impeccably high standards in the opening period and cracked in a drive that drifted wide within seconds of the restart. He played on the periphery of the contest, and it was very noticeable as he did not exert his usual influence on proceedings. 6

Reo Hatate: Celtic suffered a real blow after the influential Japanese playmaker left the field on 12 minutes with what appeared to be a left hamstring injury. It capped a miserable week after he was snubbed for a call-up to Japan boss Hajime Moriyasu's Japan squad once again.

Celtic Way:

Matt O'Riley: He came into the side in place of the injured Aaron Mooy and steered a header wide when he really ought to have done better after yet another Jota cross from the right. He prompted and probed away but was unable to provide that creative spark that the team desperately needed. 6

Jota: "We know that we want to achieve bigger things and if we don't achieve these little details first, there's no point in us looking forward because it's not going to come if we don't first establish ourselves and just develop these little things as a team and as individuals." The Portuguese wide man was a real creative force and he teased and tormented the Hibs defence all afternoon down the right flank. He saw a goal-bound effort clawed away by David Marshall and another drive into the side netting before he kept his cool to slot home the penalty that restored parity on 52 minutes. 8

Kyogo Furuhashi: Moriyasu doesn't know what he's missing. The striker ghosted into the box and chested an effort when he should have gone with his head following a cross from Jota that Marshall superbly beat away with to deny him his 27th goal of the season. His movement was excellent as he mixed it up continuously to give the Hibs rearguard a tough time. He was unlucky to see his second-half clipped effort cleared off the line. 7

Daizen Maeda: Another who shrugged off any injury concerns and returned to the side. His final ball and delivery let him down on many occasions when a cooler head was needed in the final third. It was no surprise when he made way for Liel Abada on 61 minutes. 5


David Turnbull (Hatate 13): Handed an early introduction into the fray due to Hatate pulling his hamstring. He huffed and puffed in the midfield and did not fashion any decent positions to demonstrate his long-range shooting prowess. 6

Liel Abada (Maeda 61): He inexplicably hammered a volley well over the crossbar when he could have given Celtic a crucial lead and stubbed the ground when clean through and saw a penalty award rescinded.

Oh Hyeon-gyu (O'Riley 61): The South Korean was handed half an hour to see if he could conjure up a winning goal and he duly popped up with the goods with nine minutes to go as he dived headlong to score which will have pleased international boss Jurgen Klinsmann. He whipped his top off in wild celebration as he made it three Celtic career goals. 7

Alexandro Bernabei (Taylor 61): Came on for Taylor with 30 minutes to go and the Argentine cracked in a drive that was deflected off target. 

Sead Haksabanovic (Kyogo 83): Entered the field with seven minutes to go and scored another cracker to take his Celtic tally to five career goals and made a really positive impact. 

Substitutes not used: Scott Bain, Yuki Kobayashi, Ben Summers, Anthony Ralston