GORDON: Overall had very little to do but still had to pick the ball out of his net twice. Will have been gutted to lose a clean sheet record that had stretched to five games going into this meeting with Kilmarnock. (6)

LUSTIG: Allowed Jordan Jones to peel away from him in the early stages of the game and has struggled to find his form since returning from the World Cup. (6)

BOYATA: Booked early for a pull on Jordan Jones and then conceded possession on the edge of his own box with a poor header shortly after. Rediscovered his poise and looked likely to score every time he ventured forward for set-pieces. Felt he should have had a penalty when he seemed to be obstructed by Broadfoot. (6)

HENDRY: Drafted into the team at the last minute following a late withdrawal from Filip Benkovic. Looks nervous and ill at ease and confidence won’t have been helped by the scoreline. (6)

TIERNEY: Uncharacteristically conceded possession at one stage in the opening half to Stephen O’Donnell but worked his way up and down the park. (6)

JOHNSTON: One effort from the edge of the box that went just wide and a few times he found a bit of space on the flank. Replaced in the latter stages as Celtic brought on Edouard in search of a winner. (6)

CHRISTIE: Involved in a skirmish with Kirk Broadfoot in the first period of the game but other than that worked his socks off. Had one effort pushed away by MacDonald in the second period. (6)

MULUMBU: Off the pace of the game, which is no great surprise given the time spent without a club this summer. Booked for an altercation with Aaron Tshibola and taken off before he was sent off. (6)

BROWN: Characteristically gritty performance in the middle of the park but couldn’t prevent the club falling to their second league defeat of the season. (6)

SINCLAIR: A shadow of the player he was when he first arrived under Rodgers. Has lost his spark and Celtic badly miss his aggression and pace that was the hallmark of his game in his first season at the club. (6)

GRIFFITHS: Enjoyed his goal but whether it is enough to keep him as the number one striker at the club, as his celebration suggested, remains to be seen. (6)

MORGAN: On for Sinclair just after Kilmarnock had levelled the scores but no real chance to make his mark. (4)

McGregor: Took over from Mulumbu as the midfielder tired but couldn’t bring a spark to Celtic’s midfield. (4)

EDOUARD: On for the final 11 minutes of regulation time but barely touched the ball. (4)