Joe Hart - Being a Celtic keeper is unspectacular for most of the game, though your concentration has to be spot-on to keep up with the play. With that being said, Hart was fully focused, saving a Kilmarnock header acrobatically following a corner from the visitors. Apart from a punched ball that really should have been picked up Hart did little wrong in this game. He could do nothing to stop the equaliser from David Watson, though his save to deny a winner for the away side was comfortable but needed. Celtic dropping points today was not because of Hart, but rather them getting anything at all was down to him. 7

Anthony Ralston - His 100th appearance for his boyhood club, you only have to look at his kit to understand how involved the academy graduate was in today’s game. He added another assist to his record, as his cross found Kyogo, who did the rest with the use of his head. A couple of slack moments here or there, but you cannot underestimate Ralston’s tempo or graft whenever he pulls on the shirt. Like many, he faded in the second half, as Celtic went under the cosh due to Kilmarnock's advances. A mixed bag for centurion Ralston. 6

Stephen Welsh - Was relatively untested for the opening 45 minutes, though you would expect this from a home game as a Celtic centre-back. Much like his counterpart in Scales, Welsh struggled to get to grips with Kilmarnock's press in the second half, as the visitors gained more confidence the later the game went on. His passing was okay, but his failure to keep a clean sheet knocked him down a peg or two. Nawrocki may be called upon next week against Hearts. 5

Liam Scales - Now a first-pick, the Irishman also had a decent opening half for the side, as the defender had very little to do in the contest. In the second half - despite making some forward runs from defence to attack - he too struggled with the ferocious Kilmarnock press, and could not prevent the visitors from scoring a late goal to gain a well-deserved point. Failure to win at home will always mean a poor performance for a Celtic defender, regardless of individual runs or plays. Shaky. 5

Greg Taylor - His first game since returning from injury, Taylor’s position on the field was a throwback to last season under Ange Postecoglou. Playing in the inverted role, Taylor got the ball often and did a lot of good with it, making passes for his teammates and being a nuisance to his former employers. A solid 60 minutes for Celtic's number three, so much so that it all went to pieces after he left the field. 6

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Callum McGregor - After a solid opening 45 minutes, you got the feeling that the skipper was back to his best, although the second half put an end to that notion abruptly. As Kilmarnock pressed, Celtic's midfield was overrun by the visitors, which led to the captain getting lost in the packed engine room of the park. A poor display from a player who has been so reliable for Celtic in the past. Not great. 5

Matt O’Riley - Another frustrating afternoon for the midfielder, who looks out of sorts at the moment. Should have doubled his team’s lead with a double chance, though Kilmarnock did well to defend both opportunities. Anonymous in the second half, the talented midfielder is a shadow of the player he was before the break. Has his head been turned by Atletico Madrid? Judging by today's display, Diego Simeone will be shopping at a different supermarket in the summer. Terrible by his standards. 4

Daizen Maeda - You take the rough with the smooth when it comes to Maeda, as every action or contribution keeps you guessing when watching the Japan winger. He had a pretty uneventful opening 45 minutes, as the ball found its way to his counterpart Palma rather than himself. Did not contribute all that much after the restart, finding himself replaced by Nicolas Kuhn for the remaining 20 minutes. The effort is always there, but the quality was certainly not. 4

Kyogo Furuhashi - Again deployed deeper as an attacking midfielder/false nine, this positional change gives the forward more touches and influence on proceedings. He would score the opening goal, placing his accurate header into the corner of Kilmarnock’s net following a pinpoint delivery by Ralston, soaking up the adulation of the support in the process. Always on the move, Kyogo did his best to get involved in the play, something that his new position allows for. This was to be the only real involvement the dangerous Kyogo had in the game, as changes in the second half forced Kyogo back into the lone striker role that does not work under Rodgers. Replaced by Oh Hyeon-gyu in the latter stages. 7

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Luis Palma - He seems to be a bit of a whipping boy amongst the supporters, with the winger hearing the groans after every misplaced pass. He had a big chance in the opening exchanges when the Kilmarnock keeper saved his shot. The stereotypical winger, Palma’s contributions were very hit-and-miss, with his overall play leaving a lot to be desired at times. He was hooked at half-time for Yang, adding another poor performance to his growing collection of sup-par appearances. He has to improve. 4

Adam Idah - Deployed as the focal point up front, it was his play from deep that caught the eye early on. Indeed, his two touches led to some decent chances on the break for the home team. A very willing runner, Idah looked to get on the ball as much as he could, offering a different dimension due to both his pace and his graft. His impact on the game waned after the restart, as he struggled to get involved the same way he did in the opening 45 minutes. Replaced by Paulo Bernardo on 67 minutes. 6


Yang Hyun-jun (46) - Brought on for the duration of the second half, Yang was instantly involved, carrying the ball from his own half to the opposition's area. Eager to get involved, he would be bright in the opening exchanges of the restart, before fading as the game turned in Kilmarnock's favour. Did more than Palma, though that is not saying much. Signs of promise, but a mostly quiet cameo from the South Korea winger. 5

Alexandro Bernabei (60) - Replacing the returning Taylor for the final 30 minutes, Bernabei's lack of control in his own game was a factor in Celtic losing their grip in the last third of proceedings. A couple of nice forward runs here and there, though his passing continues to be consistently dismal Was posted missing for the Kilmarnock equaliser, and did not do all that much in terms of attacking play either. The bench beckons for Bernabei from here on in... 4

Paulo Bernardo (67) - On in place of Idah, Bernardo will be playing his gilt-edged chance for the next few days. A golden opportunity to take the game away from the visitors, the midfielder's shot went just wide, which turned out to cost his side in the end through Watson's equaliser. Some nice touches, but not a whole lot of impact. 4

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Nicolas Kuhn (68) - A concerning 20 minutes from the new signing, who seems to lack the ability to beat a man when one-on-one. We are still yet to see that blistering pace that was spoken about by experts in Austria, as the winger looks like he does not possess that top-end pace that is required, especially if he struggles to get by his man. Celtic will be hoping this is just teething issues, as so far he has shown very little to warrant that £3 million price tag. 3

Oh Hyeon-gyu (80) - Was brought on late for the tiring Kyogo. Not a lot to document, although the striker tried to make things happen by pressing the opposition with forward runs. Not convinced he is of the standard to lead the line for the club, despite his effort. Not the only player you can attribute that assessment to. 2