By John Reid
Celtic played well in a narrow 2-1 defeat to Bayern Munich which ended their Champions League campaign, but fans weren’t happy with Scott Sinclair’s performance.
The winger, who has scored 10 goals this season, wasn’t at his best last night.
He had an extremely quiet game, and it was no surprise to see him replaced by Tom Rogic just after an hour.
Sinclair wasn’t the only player in the firing line, as both Craig Gordon and Dedryck Boyata were criticised for their part in gifting Bayern’s Kingsley Coman the opening goal.
Sinclair is highly-rated for his attacking prowess, and fans were disappointed to see him on the margins of the game.
Here are some of the reactions to his performance from Twitter:
Scott Sinclair goes into hiding against these big teams
— Kyle McCormack (@kylemccormack93) October 31, 2017
Does Scott Sinclair have a doppelgänger who is masquerading as him in a Celtic strip just now #askingforafriend
— Drewby 73 (@paulddrew) October 31, 2017
What has happened to Scott Sinclair? Failed to hit the heights this season.
— Peter Martin (@PeterMsport) October 31, 2017
Can count on one hand how many times Scott Sinclair has touched the ball #fingerout
— michael loughran (@momo18389) October 31, 2017
Scott sinclair poor again
— James logan bolingoli (@Jlogan1888) October 31, 2017
Armstrong started poor but came onto a good game. Gordon had nothing to do, one good save early in 2nd half. Boyata only mistake was letting the ball bounce. Something isn’t right with Sinclair! Big improvements #celtic
— Paul McBennett (@paulmcb79) November 1, 2017
Celtic have two games left in the Champions League as they aim to clinch third place and a Europa League berth after Christmas.
First up is a trip to Paris in three weeks’ time to face the seemingly all conquering PSG, then the group stage ends with a home tie against last placed Anderlecht at Celtic Park.
Celtic fans will be hoping that Sinclair will be back to his best in those games to ensure progress is made in Europe this season.
In other Celtic news, a former Celtic great claims Bayern were frightened of a Celtic player last night.