Celtic fans react on Twitter to summer signing Kundai Benyu's performance against Kilmarnock

Celtic fans hold up team scarves in the stands during the UEFA Champions League group stage football match between Celtic and Barcelona at Celtic Park in Glasgow on November 23, 2016.
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Celtic thrashed Kilmarnock 5-0 on Tuesday evening.

Celtic made it two wins in a matter of days in domestic action as they hammered Kilmarnock 5-0 in the Scottish League Cup on Tuesday night.

The Bhoys opened their league campaign with a 4-0 home thumping of Hearts, and Brendan Rodgers' men followed that up with another convincing victory despite making a host of changes.

Brendan Rodgers Celtic Manager looks on during the UEFA Champions League Qualifying Third Round, First Leg match between Celtic and Rosenborg at Celtic Park Stadium on July 26, 2017 in...Brendan Rodgers

Leigh Griffiths scored twice in that win over Hearts and opened the scoring for Celtic against Kilmarnock too, before Anthony Ralston grabbed his first goal for the club and Griffiths bagged his second of the game.

Captain Kieran Tierney added the fourth, and midfielder Stuart Armstrong rounded off the scoring to give the Bhoys a comfortable 5-0 home win over Lee McCulloch's side.

Celtic boss Rodgers mixed up his side, handing starts to youngsters such as Ralston, Kristoffer Ajer, Calvin Miller and Eboue Kouassi, as well as summer signing Kundai Benyu.

Benyu, 19, came up through the ranks with Ipswich Town but turned down a new contract to stay at Portmand Road this summer, instead heading to Celtic at the end of his deal with the Tractor Boys - and the teenager split opinion with his display against Kilmarnock. 

Celtic fans hold up team scarves in the stands during the UEFA Champions League group stage football match between Celtic and Barcelona at Celtic Park in Glasgow on November 23, 2016.
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Some were encouraged by Benyu's display, suggesting that he looks like an exciting player for the future and has the attributes to be a star, but just needs some polishing up during his time at Celtic.

However, others were far from impressed with Benyu's display, suggesting that he was 'all over the place' against Kilmarnock and may need a loan move elsewhere in order to play regularly this season, as he simply isn't ready to feature on a consistent basis for Celtic just yet.

What did you think of Benyu's display against Kilmarnock?

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