Celtic remain two points clear at the top of the Premiership table as they returned to league action with a 2-0 win over Hibernian.

Goals in each half from Jeremie Frimpong and Odsonne Edouard sealed the points in Glasgow.

Hibs had their first and only real chance early on as Martin Boyle whipped a curling shot inches wide of Fraser Forster’s far post.

With Celtic struggling to get going in their 3-5-2 formation, there was relief on the stroke of half-time when Edouard rolled the ball in for Frimpong to finish through the legs of the ‘keeper.

Edouard should have got his side’s second from James Forrest’s cross but the Frenchman could only fire over.

Minutes later, Edouard did indeed find the net after an unselfish cut-back from Forrest.

The aforementioned Forrest should have got on the scoresheet, too, but his low finish was deflected wide.

Jack Ross’ team were nearly gifted a late goal as Christopher Jullien headed Daryl Horgan’s dangerous ball towards his own goal, but Fraser Forster was quick to stop it.

Here’s how we rated the players after a fairly flat performance, but a victory nonetheless.