Another world-class display from the English shot-stopper as he stopped Barcelona on numerous occasions.
Got over the agony of costing his side a victory against Dundee United and showed composure as wave after wave of Barcelona attack came the Nigerian’s way. He managed to stay solid alongside Wilson and offered Forster the type of protection he required.
Moved into a left side of the midfield role due to injury problems and, just like in the Nou Camp, he provided an assist from a set-piece as his corner was headed from by Wanyama.
Another great showing in the right-back area for Celtic as he stayed strong and managed to deal with the threat of both Alexis and Alba.
Developing a real understanding with Ambrose as he was always available to make the crucial tackle for the Hoops. Was never getting overawed by the players in front of him.
Playing out of position in the left-back role, having to deal with the threat of Dani Alves galloping from the full-back area, although Pedro didn’t give the Welshman the kind of problems he was expecting.
Had somewhat of a quiet game. Was partnered with Wanyama against Barcelona’s midfield three and the Welshman found the pace and movement from the visitors troubling and ultimately failed support the attack as much as he usually does.
Lit up Celtic Park with a superb header from a Mulgrew corner to put the home side into the lead. He was always available in front of the back four to give added protection. His list of suitors will continue to grow after this showing.
Was in an unfamiliar wide right role which didn’t suit the former Derby midfielder as he always seemed to be looking to cut inside on his left foot. He also didn’t offer enough support to Lustig behind him, who had to deal with both Alexis and Alba.
Was the skipper in the absence of Scott Brown and gave the side the added experience that they required by being able to hold the ball up when Celtic managed to get into an attacking position.
Starting to settle into the Celtic side after claiming his first goal at the weekend, but only had a limited number of opportunities as his side were on the back foot for most of the game.
Was let down by his defence for both the goals, but the Barcelona goalkeeper was rarely in trouble from Celtic attacks.
The inexperienced defender didn’t cope well with the atmosphere at times as he struggled with the height and strength of Samaras and almost gifted Mulgrew a goal when he failed to properly clear a ball into the box. Was eventually replaced by Pique.
As attacking as ever, especially at the start of the second half when he battled with Matthews to provide crosses into the area. Did get caught out a few times with Mulgrew getting in behind him.
Got on the backs of the home support as he continually fell to the ground claiming for fouls, but the referee wasn’t impressed by his protests. Beaten in the air by Wanyama for the opening goal. Going forward, however, he offered good support.
Very fortunate to remain on the pitch after he made some reckless challenges which could have cost his team. Failed to supply the type of protection his defence required and was non-existent in possession. Hauled off with 15 minutes left to play for Fabregas.
As per usual, the midfield maestro continued to pull the strings with some outstanding passing and movement as him and Iniesta linked up, causing the Celtic defence no end of problems. Made a costly mistake near the end to hand Watt the second goal.
Did not look comfortable in the centre of defence, although he did have a couple of crucial interceptions that saved his side. He never looked to venture forward as much as his team-mates in front of him.
Along with Xavi he look to pass and move, although he continued to find a wall of Celtic defenders in front of him. The midfielder never got frustrated and played with the same attitude as when he started the game.
Had a quiet game, not offering as much attacking threat as his manager would have liked. Found Matthews a handful throughout.
Once again he found Lustig a handful to get by, but on the rare occasions he did get by the Swede there was no-one to find inside the area and ultimately found himself sacrificed for Villa as Barcelona looked for an equaliser.
Will be cursing the name of Forster of days to come after he found the Celtic keeper in the same brilliant form as when they previously played in Spain. With chance after chance being saved, the Argentine was frustrated until the last minute when he found the net from close range.