There wasn’t too much need for his trade-mark role of protecting the central defenders but he refused to be drawn forward. With the deep role secured David Turnbull, Callum McGregor and Ryan Christie had licence to join in the attacks with Jeremie Frimpong and Diego Laxalt doing likewise in reduced rations.
It worked a treat. Whether Hamilton had their first or second choice XI out on the park their role was the same- to spoil and close down space, there was no attacking intent throughout the 90 plus minutes.
The conditions at Hamilton were completely miserable but in just his fourth Celtic starting appearance it seems that Soro has brought new life and energy to an area of the park that is essential if this season is to be turned around.