Celtic's Scott Brown, Scott Bain and Callum McGregor (L-R) celebrate winning the William Hill Scottish Cup. Pic: SNS/Alan Harvey
A double by Odsonne Edouard secured the Scottish cup for Celtic after going behind to a second half Ryan Edwards strike.
Made some comfortable saves before being left exposed for the opener. Kicking not always up to his usual high standards. 6 Given a tough test from Mulraney and was not at his best going forward. 6 Put in his usual physical effort to restrict Hearts as they threw men forward late on. 6 A forceful defensive display and positive in possession. 7 Had some good moments going forward and the stand-in left-back defended well, producing some important penalty-box headers. 7 Scotland's undisputed player of the year could not produce any of the magic which helped Celtic get to Hampden but was involved in some decent counter-attacks. 6 By far the busiest of Celtic's midfielders in possession, got them going after a slow start. 7 Normally the man for the big occasion, the Australian was largely anonymous and went off in the 70th minute. 5 Some good touches in the first half but could not influence play after the break. 6 A quiet first half but came alive when he needed to, showing good awareness to win the penalty and converting it well, before finishing brilliantly for the winner. 8 Got his foot on the ball at times and did his defensive work as Hearts pushed for an equaliser. 5 Played his part as he made it nine trophies out of nine in Scotland. 5