Brendan Rodgers secured his third League Cup trophy on Sunday with a 1-0 win over rivals Aberdeen at Hampden Park.
A first-goal from the in-form Ryan Christie helped Celtic on their way to winning Sunday’s game.
The midfielder added to the brilliant season he is enjoying after earning a place back in the Celtic fold.
Scott Sinclair was unable to make it two from the spot, but Celtic had done enough to win the game.
Here is how we rated each Celtic player after the game.
Celtic player ratings: Aberdeen (N)
Scott Bain - 6
Did well when called into action. The second-choice did not have an awful lot to do throughout the game in truth.
Mikael Lustig - 6
By no means his best game in a Celtic shirt but he reacted well to some nervous moments.
Dedryck Boyata - 7
The Belgian defender played a key role in Christie’s goal with a brilliant pass, however, his game was cut short with what looked like a hamstring injury.
Filip Benkovic - 7
Continues to form a solid relationship alongside Boyata with some eye-catching performances from the Leicester City loanee.
Rodgers will be hoping his defensive duo is not broken up by Boyata’s injury.
Kieran Tierney - 7
Tierney used his pace to get forward and attack from deep, with a couple of good chances.
Callum McGregor - 8
Another stellar performance from McGregor in a deeper role. Scott Brown could well be a little worried for his position in the Celtic side.
Tom Rogic - 5
The Australian was far from his best as Aberdeen managed to nullify his creative threat.
James Forrest - 6
Showed his usual pace and promise but his end product was lacking a little in the final third.
Ryan Christie - 9
Celtic’s man of the moment continues to steal the spotlight with another eye-catching performance in the cup final. The goal rounded off an impressive display against one of his former sides.
Scott Sinclair - 5
Should have stuck the penalty away for Celtic’s second but it wasn’t to be on a difficult afternoon for the Englishman.
Odsonne Edouard - 6
Things did not quite fall for the former PSG striker on Sunday, but he battled his way through the game and offered a big enough threat to Aberdeen’s backline.
Jozo Simunovic – 6, he would have not been expecting to come on for as long as he did, but for the most part, he kept it solid at the back, despite a nervy clearance that could have gone horribly wrong.
Scott Brown – 6, great for the captain to get some more minutes under his belt.
Olivier Ntcham – N/A, came on the final moments as Celtic saw the result over the line.
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