Tom Rogic opened the scoring with a spectacular run and finish as Celtic won 3-0 over Dundee United in the Scottish Premiership on Sunday.
Rogic started and played 70 minutes having recently returned from a hamstring injury, netting in the 19th minute.
Football.Scotland rated Rogic 8/10 for his display, writing: “A real touch of brilliance from the Australian midfielder for the opener.
“It’s something he has shown time and time again that he is capable of – in this instance he skipped past a couple of challenges and placed a fine finish beyond Benjamin Siegrist.”
Martin Boyle put in a full shift and received a 7/10 rating in Hibernian’s 1-1 home draw with Motherwell.
Football.Scotland wrote: “Didn’t quite have the spark he is capable of but always dangerous.”
Cameron Devlin played a full game and got a 6/10 rating as Hearts won 1-0 at Livingston.
Football.Scotland wrote: “Put himself about and, like the rest, was better after the break.”
Riley McGree put in a full shift and received a 5.5/10 rating as Birmingham City went down 3-1 to Millwall in the English Championship.
The Birmingham Mail wrote: “No magic from the Australian today. Not much ball, not many options, although he never stopped trying.”
Callum Elder was a 66th minute substitute and earned a 6/10 rating as Hull City drew 1-1 at Reading.
The Hull Daily Mail wrote: “Came on to sure things up in the second half as the pressure grew. Did give away a daft free-kick for a booking late on.”
Jackson Irvine played a full game as St Pauli took a major step towards promotion with a 2-1 home win over contenders Schalke 04 to move six points clear in the German 2.Bundesliga.
Daniel Arzani was back after suspension, starting and playing 71 minutes in Lommel’s 2-2 draw at Lierse in the Belgian First Division B.
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Apostolos Giannou – SB 68, Bruce Kamau – SB 68, Aziz Behich – ST 90, Brandon Borrello – ST 81, Matt Millar – ST 67, Kenny Dougall – ST 78, Panos Armenakas – ST 46
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