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Scottish Premiership leaders Celtic were held to a lacklustre 0-0 draw against Dundee. The Hoops put in an uninspired performance and it was very unlike Brendan Rodgers’ men. Barring a few moments, the club did not look threatening enough and the visitors were left unscathed by the end of the game.
Celtic looked a lot stronger after the break but their efforts went in vain. Although they pushed for a late goal, the club failed to connect the dots.
Gordon was a spectator for most of the game and barring one important save, he did not have much to do.
Even though Lustig was in good positions at times, he proved to be quite wasteful. Besides that, he fulfilled his basic defensive duties.
Erratic and nervy as always, it was a surprise that he was in the lineup after his poor performance against Ross County.
Came in place of Kristoffer Ajer and he was relatively untroubled in the defence. He also had a late chance to score a goal but throughout the game, Hendry could not deal with long balls.
Played a makeshift left-back role and McGregor put in a hard-working shift. This role clearly does not suit him but he provided adequate support to Sinclair.
Was booked in the first-half but he controlled possession and was a reliable presence in the midfield area.
Provided good delivery from set-pieces and worked well with his teammates in the midfield. Unfortunately, though, nothing came out of it.
Rogic lacked creativity and power in the final third initially but as time wore on, he got more comfortable on the field and ultimately put in a decent display.
Forrest ran tirelessly and tried to make things happen by linking up well with Rogic in the second half but they failed to do so.
Arguably, Sinclair was the best Hoops player on the field. He dominated the left-wing completely and was a nightmare for the opponent’s defenders. He did have a good chance to score but nothing came of it.
It was a decent display from the youngster who worked well with Forrest in the final third.
Brought in a much-needed dash of energy to the field.
Edouard tried to make things happen but he was outmuscled by the opponents on a few occasions.