It was another night that Celtic should forget against Bodo/Glimt, especially for two of their players.
Anža Postekoglou’s team lost 2-0 that evening in Norway and ended up in a humiliating defeat 5-1 on aggregate.
And the Celtic manager is hopeful that his players will improve significantly once they return their focus to the Premier League title race.
SunSport manage the stars of Hoops after another disappointing night in Europe.
An early escape from a free pass was used, but no chance with Ola Solbakken’s first shot. Amal Pellegrino’s two best saves cut the score before the second goal came. 7
Survived a heavy penalty before Bodo took the lead. Tried to get ahead but was outnumbered on his side as Bodo worked on space to make it 2-0. five
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An unexpected start for the defender and a weak pass allowed Bodo to intercept the ball and start the lead. Tough experience for a Scottish boy under 21. five
Flagged offside as he missed the babysitter and the Swede didn’t have a great night on the other end. Never looked comfortable against glib hosts. five
Another unexpected starting XI, and like the rest of the Celtic back four, we’ve been hard at work. Received a warning for an aerial challenge and got stuck but didn’t use the ball well enough. five
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Starting as captain with Callum McGregor, he rested, but the passing was skittish early on and he really worked hard in the core of Celtic’s midfield when Bodo attacked him. five
He was expected to be a creative force for Celtic but was edged out by the tireless midfielder Bodo. In fact, it never went as usual, and I was replaced during the intermission. 4
The Australian playmaker found some good positions in the first half, but his final pass failed. Hooked on a break when Ange Postekoglou was looking for more energy. 4
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The longtime winger tried to fire up Celtic but had a hard time against left-back Bodo Bryce Wembangomo. Later I switched to the left, but there was no joy there either. five
The weekend hat-trick hero was followed closely by Bodo’s defense. The Greek striker had a physical struggle, but one weak header in the first half was his only chance for a goal. five
The Japanese striker was busy all night but missed a great chance to make it 1-1 when he swept over the bar. Lacked self-control at a key moment. five
RESERVES: LIEL ABADA (6) The Israeli was brilliant when he went on break and got a penalty and then threatened twice. CALLUM MACGREGOR (five) the captain appeared during the break, but could not inspire a miracle comeback. JAMES MCCARTHY (2) late out for the midfielder when the tie is over.
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