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SportCeltic Player Ratings: FK Sarajevo (A)

23:37  09 july  2019
23:37  09 july  2019 Source:   readsport.co

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Celtic got their Champions League qualifying campaign off to the perfect start after goals from Mikey Johnston, Odsonne Edouard and Scott Sinclair saw them run out 3-1 winners against FK Sarajevo after an early scare.

Despite the Hoops dominating the early possession, it was the hosts who carved out the first chance of the game.

A ball in behind Boli Bolingoli-Mbombo allowed Sarajevo’s front-man in on goal, but Scott Bain stood up well to block the effort.

Before the half-hour mark, Celtic found themselves a goal down. A mix-up at the back saw Jozo Simunovic give away a needless corner that was delivered into a great area before Mirkos Oremus eventually slammed home from close range.

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Celtic Player Ratings: FK Sarajevo (A)
Celtic Player Ratings: FK Sarajevo (A)
Celtic Player Ratings: FK Sarajevo (A)
Celtic Player Ratings: FK Sarajevo (A)
Celtic Player Ratings: FK Sarajevo (A)
Celtic Player Ratings: FK Sarajevo (A)
Celtic Player Ratings: FK Sarajevo (A)
Celtic Player Ratings: FK Sarajevo (A)
Celtic Player Ratings: FK Sarajevo (A)
Celtic Player Ratings: FK Sarajevo (A)
Celtic Player Ratings: FK Sarajevo (A)
Celtic Player Ratings: FK Sarajevo (A)
Celtic Player Ratings: FK Sarajevo (A)
Celtic Player Ratings: FK Sarajevo (A)
Celtic Player Ratings: FK Sarajevo (A)

Sarajevo looked dangerous after this on the break, with the home fans making plenty of noise, but they were soon silenced six minutes later.

Mikey Johnston cut inside with some tidy footwork before unleashing a stunning strike into the top corner from outside the box to equalise and calm things down for the visitors.

James Forrest nearly took advantage of a lull in the Bosnian side’s efforts as he ran through on goal but couldn’t find the top corner.

Not long into the second period, the visitors went in front through Edouard’s cool finish inside the box.

With five minutes remaining, Sinclair looked to have settled the tie with his side’s third when Morgan’s cross found him in the six-yard area, and the Englishman pulled off a cheeky backheel to score.

It was a professional display from Neil Lennon’s men after going behind in Bosnia, and they should be comfortable sealing the deal at Parkhead next Wednesday.

Here are our player ratings.

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