Celtic fans have voted for their Man of the Match after Saturday’s 2-1 win against Partick Thistle.
Leigh Griffiths and Callum McGregor were on the score sheet and the Hoops won the Glasgow Derby relatively comfortably.
We gave fans six players to choose between for their Man of the Match and the results are in.
In order to settle the argument, we set up a duel to try and find out.
The results were based on the percentage each player was chosen in their match-up, so here are the top five players following the game.
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#5 Leigh Griffiths 38%
Celtic’s top scorer didn’t have the best day in front of goal and missed two good chances to add to his tally in the game. Alas, he scored the vital goal at the perfect time before the half to help get the three points.
#4 Charlie Mulgrew 45%
With his contract up in the summer, Mulgrew has been given the chance to prove his worth with Jozo SImunovic injured and Dedryck Boyata suspended at the weekend, and he’s doing just that. He looked composed and calm at the back and rarely put a foot wrong.
#3 Callum McGregor 51%
Since his return to the team he’s scored two goals in two games, both of which have been top-drawer. He opened up the play for Celtic with his aggressive runs from midfield and looks to be repaying Deila for showing faith in him.
#2 Gary Mackay-Steven 59%
He assisted both goals and ran tirelessly up and down the right flank and is becoming an important player in Deila’s side since his resurgence in form at the turn of the year.
#1 Kieran Tierney 72%
A fan favourite already, Tierney is showing exactly why Gordon Strachan called him up to the Scotland squad. The bemusing thing was some people said he didn’t deserve it, but his performance yesterday epitomised what he’s all about. He can hit the byline and cross, or drive infield and pick a pass, and when necessary he can tackle. An old fashioned defender with a big future ahead of him.