How the Celtic players rated in their 1-1 draw with Rennes.

Fraser Forster

Had nothing to do for half an hour and then pulled off a fine diving save to deny Rafinha. Had one interesting clearance in the first half which he just got away with. Solid as always. 7

Hatem Elhamed

Piled forward and got some joy but that did leave space behind him. The Israeli is a confident character and was positive in possession. But he was caught out of position more than once. 7

Christopher Jullien

Superb again. The giant centre-half looks a proper player. His tackle to stop Falvien Tait on the edge of Celtic’s box was times to perfection. Was immense in the closing 15 minutes. 8

Kristoffer Ajer

Was having a good night until he got everything wrong when he brought down Mbaye Niang for the penalty. To be fair, he didn’t allow it to affect him which showed good character. 7

Boli Bolingoli

Up against £20million Brazilian Rafinha and dealt with him really well. One low first half cross should have brought a goal. Was having a good night until forced off with a groin injury. 7

Scott Brown

Picked up an early daft booking but had some great moments. He won tackles, kept possession and wasn’t far away with a header. Captain just keeps going on. 7

Callum McGregor

Great performance. A fantastic run early on from his own box which took him past three red shirts set the tone. Strong at the back, clever with the ball at his feet. 8

James Forrest

This was a typical Forrest European performance. He produced some fabulous touches, went close to a winner with a long-range effort and won the penalty. 7

Ryan Christie

Was coolness personified when he put the ball into Rennes’ top corner at the penalty which came about in part from an excellent pass by this clever playmaker. 7

Mohamed Elyounoussi

Came within an inch of a first half goal. He’s rusty still but there were signs of an exciting talent when het gets on the ball and runs at players. 6

Odsonne Edouard

No goal this time but this was another composed and mature performance from the 21-year-old. His first touch was excellent, so too the Frenchman’s link-up play. A daft dive which got him booked was the only negative. 7


Oliver Ntcham

Did what he always does these days when coming off the bench. Brought intelligence and calmness to the midfield and almost scored. 6

Johnny Hayes

What a performance as the replacement left-back. Put it and won crunching tackles from his first involvement. 7


Got on with six minute of the 90 to go and was still able to get booked for persistent fouling and then got sent off. Silly, silly boy. 1