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19th Mar, 2017 | 2:32pm

Three worst Celtic players from win against Dundee

By Amir Mir

Football Insider analyses the three worst performing Celtic players from their 2-1 win against Dundee on Sunday afternoon.

Kieran Tierney 

There is much expected from the highly-rated youngster but he was very poor against Dundee, in particular, when defending. His decision making and passing had to be questioned at times and he was lucky that a poor pass in the second half didn’t cost his team all three points. The Bhoys came up against a resolute home team but Tierney couldn’t provide that little extra in attack to try and break down their defence.

Callum McGregor

This was the 100th game in Celtic colours for McGregor, but it is fair to say it was a game to forget for the 23-year-old. Brendan Rodgers rightly substituted him midway through the second half because he couldn’t get the ball ticking in midfield. His passing was the poorest aspect of his play and Rodgers will be hoping Tom Rogic returns to full fitness very soon.

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Scott Sinclair 

Another player who couldn’t toughen it out against a team that made it very difficult for the Hoops. Sinclair needs to show more consistency on the ball because he proved against Dundee why he struggled in the Premier League with Aston Villa last season. Sinclair’s pace papers over the cracks and he couldn’t provide that bite in the final third for his team in either half.

In other Celtic news, Brendan Rodgers should sign this 21-year-old after the club’s 2-1 win against Dundee.

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