Aaron Mooy played a key part as Celtic claimed their first piece of silverware for the eason with a 2-1 League Cup final victory over Rangers on Sunday.
Mooy started and played 65 minutes, laying off crucial passes in the build-up for both goals in the win.
The Socceroo put Greg Taylor into space down the left flank, before his low ball found Kyogo Furuhashi for the 44th minute opener.
Mooy passed for Reo Hatate inside the box to cutback for Kyogo’s goal for 2-0 in the 56th minute.
The Socceroo earned a 7/10 rating from the Daily Record, who wrote: “Back after sitting out last week’s Aberdeen trouncing but didn’t miss a beat as he helped form that slick midfield triumvirate that proved key to a well-earned Celtic win.
“It was the Aussie’s pass for Taylor that put Gers on the back foot as Kyogo pounced for the opener.”
Harry Souttar put in a full shift but had a tough game as Arsenal won 1-0 over Leicester City in the English Premier League on Saturday.
Leicestershire Live rated Souttar 4/10 and wrote: “He was fortunate to get away with hauling down Saka for a first-half penalty appeal, and he was fooled by Trossard for the Martinelli goal, the Belgian prodding it through his legs. Lots of his forward balls didn’t pay off either.”
Jackson Irvine scored the winner for St Pauli as they edged Magdeburg 1-0 in the German 2.Bundesliga on Sunday.
Irvine ghosted into the box in trademark fashion to glance a header home from Oladapo Afolayan’s cross. Connor Metcalfe started and played 55 minutes, while Irvine put in a full shift.
The win continued St Pauli’s winning run, moving them up to seventh spot on the table.
Denis Genreau was a 75th minute substitute for Toulouse in their 3-0 loss at Reims in the French Ligue 1 on Sunday.
Mat Ryan was in goal as second-placed AZ Alkmaar won 2-1 over Cambuur in the Dutch Eredivisie on Saturday.
Ryan made an excellent block early when Cambuur got in behind, while the goal he conceded came from the penalty spot.
Jason Davidson played a full game as Eupen drew 2-2 with Cercle Brugge in the Belgian Pro League.
Thomas Deng put in a full shift as Albirex Niigata won 2-1 at Sanfrecce Hiroshima in the Japanese J1 League.
Mitch Duke played a full game up front as Machida Zelvia won 2-0 over Kusatsu in the J2 League.
Riley McGree started and played 78 minutes as promotion hopefuls Middlesbrough lost 2-0 at West Brom, for whom Tom Rogic was absent.
McGree received a 6/10 rating from Teesside Live who wrote: “Boro’s brightest as he probed and tried to make things happen for Boro. Didn’t ever come off for him or Boro.”
Nicholas Bilokapic played a full game and earned a 5/10 rating from Yorkshire Live as Huddersfield were beaten 4-0 by leaders Burnley.
Yorkshire Live wrote: “Nothing he could do on the goals as Burnley repeatedly got in one-on-one with him. Kicking remains extremely erratic but solid on crosses.”
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