Celtic ended their Europa League campaign with an impressive 3-2 win over Real Betis on Thursday evening.
Stephen Welsh, Ewan Henderson and David Turnbull grabbed the goals for the Hoops, who will now head into the Europa Conference League in the New Year.
Opinions may differ, but here at The Transfer Tavern, we’ve looked into the three worst-rated Celtic players as per statistical specialists SofaScore, with players required to feature for at least 45 minutes for ranking.
Liam Scales 6.2/10
Scales was Celtic’s worst-rated player on the night, ending with a score of 6.2/10. The left-back lost the ball a whopping 18 times – more than any Celtic player.
The Irishman also lost six of his eight duels, failed to complete a cross or a dribble and committed two fouls.
Adam Montgomery 6.3/10
Montgomery is next on the list, playing ahead of Scales on the left-wing. The 19-year-old ended with a score of 6.3/10 in what was just his sixth start of the campaign.
He lost possession on 15 occasions in his 65-minute display and failed to complete a successful dribble.
The youngster didn’t attempt a cross or make a key pass and lost nine of his 14 duels overall.
Ismaila Soro 6.6/10
Soro completes the list with a slightly better score of 6.6/10. The holding midfielder was in a three-man midfield alongside James McCarthy and Liam Shaw for his sixth start of the season.
The Ivorian was booked, lost six of his 10 duels, gave possession away seven times and was dribbled past twice.
Soro didn’t have any impact going forward either and completed just 16 passes, making just 32 touches in his display before being replaced.
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