Celtic secured a 10th domestic trophy on the spin as Christopher Jullien's goal was enough to beat Rangers at Hampden.

The Hoops had just one shot on target but the Frenchman's second half goal, coupled with some heroic goalkeeper by Fraser Forster, ensured the Betfred Cup will remain in the east end of Glasgow.

Here's how the Celtic players as Neil Lennon won the trophy for the first time as a manger.

Fraser Forster

Fraser Forster denies Ryan Jack

The giant stopper pulled off a stunning first-half save from Ryan Jack’s effort. Produced a string of solid blocks and denied Morelos from the spot to keep Celtic in the game - 9

Jeremie Frimpong

Despite clearly being hampered by the torrential playing conditions, the Dutchman was one of Celtic's few attacking threats. Received his marching orders for hauling down Morelos in the box - 7

Christopher Jullien

Struggled to contain Morelos and nearly caused a Gers goal when he lost the Colombian at the back-post. Redeemed himself by sneaking in to poke Celtic ahead - 7

Kris Ajer

Wasn't allowed to maraud forward and dictate play as he likes to do. He never looked comfortable marshalling Morelos but stuck to his task diligently - 6

Jonny Hayes

Jonny Hayes

Couldn't adapt to the tempo of the game in the early stages but was dogged in his efforts. Posed Rangers a threat down the left-flank - 6

Scott Brown

The Hoops skipper kept plugging away to fire his under-performing charges into action. Did the dirty side of the game well as Celtic clung on to their lead - 7

Ryan Christie

Rangers outnumbered the Hoops in midfield, hampering the former Inverness man’s ability to make magic happen - 6

Mohamed Elyounoussi

Was hooked at half-time after an underwhelming display. The on-loan Southampton man didn't look engaged and couldn’t make anything happen - 4

Joe Aribo and Callum McGregor

Callum McGregor

The Scotland international wasn’t allowed any time on the ball but fought valiantly for the cause. Was booked for wiping out Barisic - 7

James Forrest

Was hooked in favour of defensive-minded Bitton at the 60 minute mark after finding himself completely marked out of the game - 4

Lewis Morgan

After recently impressing in the No.9 role, he struggled to match Connor Goldson's physicality and was subbed for Edouard early in the second half - 5

Mikey Johnston

The Celtic prodigy looked a threat since his introduction but missed a glittering chance to seal the game - 3

Nir Bitton

Slotted into defence nicely to see out the game after Frimpong's dismissal left Celtic exposed - 4

Odsonne Edouard

The Frenchman was roared on by his adoring Hoops fans and completely changed the dynamic of the game. Won the free-kick that led to Celtic's winner - 5