Celtic one-by-one ratings

FRASER FORSTER (9) Pulled off a couple of wonder saves and kept out a penalty as he continues to enhance his reputation as one of the top goalkeepers in Britain.

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Fraser Forster gets down well to save a late penalty from Hearts skipper Marius Zaliukas
Fraser Forster gets down well to save a late penalty from Hearts skipper Marius Zaliukas

MIKAEL LUSTIG (7) Is starting to turn in his best performances in a Celtic jersey with another dynamic display as an attacking full-back. Scored the second goal and went forward at every opportunity.

EFE AMBROSE (7) Looks the part at times when he eases himself out of dangerous situations but some-times overdoes it and puts himself and his team under pressure.

KELVIN WILSON (8) Wore the captain's armband and led by example with a solid display at the heart of the defence as he won all his headers and was a dominant presence.

CHARLIE MULGREW (7) You now come to expect a quality display from the Scotland star and he rarely disappoints. Deployed at left-back and strolled through the game.

BERAM KAYAL (8) A major bonus for Lennon since returning to the starting line-up as he once again managed to shine in the engine room. Worked his socks off.

VICTOR WANYAMA (7) You have to win the battle at Tynecastle to have any chance of winning the match and the powerful midfielder was excellent.

JOE LEDLEY (7) Back in the team after missing out at the weekend and made a huge difference. Always willing to put in a shift and inspires those around him to work just as hard.

KRIS COMMONS (7) Picked out Lassad with a pin-point backpost cross and was heavily involved in attacking moves as he drifted between midfield and up front.

GARY HOOPER (7) Managed to get himself on the scoresheet with the fourth goal and led the line far better than he managed at the weekend.

LASSAD (7) Netted the opening goal to send his side on their way to a convincing victory with a well- taken volley but faded after the interval.

MATTHEWS (5) Replaced Lustig at right-back after the Swede limped off injured and filled the gap well.

BROWN (5) Took over from Ledley in the middle of the park and worked hard.

SAMARAS (4) A late replacement for Lassad and was involved in a couple of decent moves in that time.

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