CELTIC MAN BY MAN: Captain Joe shows the way

FORSTER (6) Fortunate to get away with a mistake early on from a Gary Harkins free-kick.

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Joe Ledley was the star of the show for Celtic
Joe Ledley was the star of the show for Celtic

Redeemed himself with an acrobatic stop from a header from the same player.

AMBROSE (6) Started at right-back and never looked comfortable. Made a couple of errors and didn't see out the first half. Replaced by Victor Wanyama as boss Neil Lennon showed his displeasure.

ROGNE (7) Rejected a new contract last week and has a point to prove in what could prove to be his final months at Parkhead. Decent showing at the heart of the backline.

WILSON (7) Was kept busy as Dundee made a decent fist of things at times, but eased through alongside Rogne.

IZAGUIRRE (7) Always looking to bomb down the left and add his weight in the final third. Teasing cross led to the opener. McGEOUCH (7) Given a rare chance to impress from the start. He is always eager to get involved and produced a terrific header from an Anthony Stokes cross to make it 3-0.

KAYAL (6) Partnered Joe Ledley in the Celtic engine room and allowed his more creative team-mates to attack the leaky Dees rearguard. Solid enough performance from the Israeli. LEDLEY (8) Handed the captain's armband and led by example. Showed good instincts to find himself in the right place at the right time to fire Celtic in front after keeper Rab Douglas spilled Izaguirre's cross and finished well to make it 4-0.

FORREST (7) Good showing from the winger. Looked a threat and sent Douglas the wrong way from the spot to seal the win.

HOOPER (6) One of his quieter days. Spurned a couple of chances but found his scoring touch in the dying minutes.

STOKES (7) Another with a point to prove in the coming months, the forward's finishing let him down on a couple of occasions. Looked dangerous, though.

WANYAMA (6) (for Ambrose) Looked to have been given the afternoon off but was called on before the first half was out, taking over from Ambrose. Comfortable throughout.

ROGIC (3) (for Izaguirre) Given a late chance to impress as he bids to win a starting berth.

MIKU (3) (for Forrest) Had little time to make an impact in a game that was well won.

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