Hearts 1 - 2 Celtic: How the Celtic players rated in the Scottish Cup final

Celtic came from behind to win the Scottish Cup and secure the treble treble. We look back on how the players performed over the 90 minutes.

Saturday, 25th May 2019, 7:54 pm
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.

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Made some comfortable saves before being left exposed for the opener. Kicking not always up to his usual high standards. 6

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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