Celtic were beaten 1-0 by Anderlecht in Champions League action last night.
Celtic fans have slammed Dedryck Boyata’s performance against Anderlecht in the Champions League last night.
Celtic were beaten 1-0 at Parkhead yesterday, with their performance highly disappointing.
The Bhoys failed to threaten much in the contest, with an own goal from Jozo Simunovic ultimately proving the difference between the two sides.
Many of Celtic’s players were in poor form during the contest, but Boyata took more stick than most on social media website Twitter.
Ever time Boyata gets the baw. pic.twitter.com/fbFrC04Doe— Michael Hendrie (@MikeHendrie) December 5, 2017
We need fresh blood in wide areas and a new right back I love Lustig but he's pish in Europe he gets tore apart with anyone with pace. Boyata has improved alot since BR came in but is very nervous looking and has terrible distribution from the back. New winger, Cb,Rb,Cam needed.— Simply  Celtic (@TheHoopsFan) December 6, 2017
and also just for the record it does matter that we didn't sign Denayer coz Boyata isnae good enough.— Darren (@ocbhoy) December 5, 2017
Boyata might be like Fabio Cannavaro in Scotland, but in Europe he’s like Bepe di Marco.— Ben (@BenTheTim) December 5, 2017
Boyata really is becoming a worry. Armstrong is poor/Sinclair has no edge. Ncham is showing he deserves a regular place.— Armchair Ultras Pod (@armchairultras) December 5, 2017
Replacements for Boyata and Simunovic are essential. I wouldn't let them defend my grandson at his nursery!— hugh keevins (@shinjukushug) December 5, 2017
Boyata on the ball gives me the heebie jeebies!— Paul Burns (@paul28burns) December 5, 2017
Boyata has generally looked solid for Celtic in domestic action, but he has struggled with the step up to elite European competition this season.
Celtic are thought to be looking at centre-backs in the January transfer window, which could put Boyata’s place under pressure.
Despite their defeat to Anderlecht last night, Celtic have still managed to qualify for the Europa League knockout stages.
The Bhoys will play European football in the early part of 2018, which represents progress from last year, when they finished bottom of their Champions League group.