Celtic player ratings v Dundee: Erratic 27-year-old a hopeless 4/10
Celtic turned in an uninspiring display against Dundee, as the Hoops were held to a goalless draw on Wednesday night.
Brendan Rodgers made two changes to his team which defeated Ross County, Craig Gordon replacing the ineligible Scott Bain and, perhaps surprisingly, Jack Hendry replacing Kristoffer Ajer.
The Hoops’ best chance in the first-half was a James Forrest shot which was deflected and was well stopped by Elliot Parish in the Dundee goal.
The Dens Park side created some good chances in the first-half, with Gordon having to make a good save from a Simon Murray effort.
The closest thing to a goal in the first-half was a rather bizarre incident when a Dedryck Boyata tackle on Roarie Deacon ended up with the ball deflecting onto the Hoops post with Gordon beaten.
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The Bhoys controlled the second-half and came close with a Stuart Armstrong shot which was turned round the post by Parish, then Rogic’s spin and shot went wide of the post.
The Hoops tried for the late winner and the closest effort was a Hendry header just wide from a Leigh Griffiths free-kick but in the end the draw was a fair enough result.
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