Tom Rogic and Martin Boyle both provided two assists in the Scottish Premiership on Sunday, with the both earning 9/10 ratings.
Rogic put in a full shift as Celtic won 3-1 at St Johnstone, poking through an assist for Liel Abada’s 22nd minute opener.
The Socceroo laid off from the corner of the box to Nir Bitton to rifle home a low shot to make it 3-1 in the 82nd minute.
Football.Scotland wrote: “Pinpoint pass to assist Abada. His ability to find space, vision and quick feet are a level above at times. One of the league’s best players this season.”
Boyle played a full game and got two assists as Hibernian won 3-1 at Dundee United on Sunday.
The Socceroo helped Hibs go ahead in the 38th minute when his attempted shot following a rebound was diverted home by Kevin Nisbet.
Boyle got lucky with the second, after losing the ball he was played in behind the defence and he over-hit his attempt to cut inside allowing Chris Cadden to drill home the 78th minute opener.
Boyle also got a 9/10 rating from Football.Scotland who wrote: “A persistent threat with his pace and trickery, as he so often is for the Edinburgh side, and he played an important part today getting two assists for his side.”
Kenny Dougall put in a full shift and earned a 6/10 rating as Blackpool lost 3-2 to Huddersfield in the English Championship.
Lancashire Live gave Dougall a 6/10 and wrote: “Solid work in the middle of the park, though perhaps fortunate not to be booked before half-time. Struggled to make clearance which led to third goal going in.”
Nikita Rukavytsya started and played 78 minutes as Hapoel Beersheeva won 2-1 away to Hapoel Hadera in the Israeli Ligat Ha’Al.
Trent Sainsbury‘s Kortrijk had their Belgian First Division A game with Antwerp postponed due to the visitors having a COVID-19 outbreak.