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  1. FT: Celtic 3-3 Inter Milan
  2. Armstrong, own goal and Guidetti for Celtic
  3. Shaqiri and Palacio (2) for Inter

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By Roddie McVake

All times stated are UK

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Well that's it from me tonight folks. Thanks for joining me on what was a thrilling night of Europa League action at Celtic Park.

These two sides will do it all again next week in Milan and if that game is half as good as this one, then we're in for a real treat.

Keep an eye on the BBC Scotland Sport website for further reaction to tonight's game.


"It was an unbelievable football match with an unbelievable atmosphere. I am so proud of the boys to come back from 2-0 down against an Italian team. We caused them problems and got a result in the end."

Both defences are taking a good kicking from our colleagues on Sportsound, but all are in agreement that tonight's match was great entertainment.

John Guidetti goal

It was worth the wait for John Guidetti as he finally got back on the scoresheet in injury time against Inter. That was the type of finishing the Swede was showing earlier this season.

BBC Scotland pundit Willie Miller at Celtic Park

"Celtic have given themselves a chance with that last minute goal. Inter are favourites but only narrow favourites now."


JD on Facebook: "13million Celtic battle it out with skill and passion against the 100million Inter ... bravo the CELTIC!"

Joe in Fife: "It's a about the entertainment guys. I'll take that over a boring 1:0 any day. Breathtaking."

Mark McManus: "Chance may have gone for Celtic to go through but what a turnaround for the team from the start of season. No hammering as predicted by some."

We'll hopefully here from the Celtic manager Ronny Deila soon.

John Guidetti

What a way to end a scoring drought. John Guidetti smashed home a left foot effort that secured a crucial draw for Celtic.

Pete from Edinburgh: "Bringing a boy like Henderson on instead of African Cup finalist Wakaso was stupid."

It didn't work out too badly Pete.

Just after that John Guidetti goal, Inter had one last chance but Xherdan Shaqiri's free-kick was well saved by Craig Gordon.


Dylan Mckaig: "Inter don't need to score next week. Celtic have a long game ahead of them. I can't see them winning it."

Matt Davis: "Every player has bad games or halves sometimes but credit Gordon for a HUGE second half showing!"

John Guidetti comes off the bench to break his scoring duck and secure a 3-3 draw for Celtic, who were 2-0 down after just 14 minutes of the game.

That was a proper night of European action. Six goals and all the drama you could pack into just over 90 minutes.




What a finish to this one. John Guidetti starts the move and then races beyond the defence to get on the end of Liam Henderson's pass, before producing a brilliant left foot finish to make it 3-3.

Gary Mackay-Steven and Efe Ambrose link up on the right but when the ball is played into the box there are four Inter defenders without a hooped shirt near them. Easy clearance.

The fourth official indicates four minutes of injury time. That's enough time for six goals by the standards of the first half...

Celtic are piling forward looking for the leveller but the Italians are well organised. Just a minute left of the 90 now...


An Inter free kick is knocked square to Xherdan Shaqiri who tries his luck from distance but Craig Gordon sticks out his left hand and clears it to safety.

Inter threaten to break beyond the back line but the pass from Fredy Guarin in midfield is far too heavy.

We're into the last 10 minutes now...

Celtic bring on Efe Ambrose for Adam Matthews.


Colm Aintches: "This would be a good time for Guidetti to break his recent dry spell."

I'm sure the Swedish striker agrees with you Colm.

Another change for Inter as Brazilian Dodo comes on in place of Zdravko Kuzmanovic.

Liam Henderson has an early chance to make an impact on proceedings as the ball breaks to him in the box, but despite being unmarked he fires straight at the keeper.

Inter take striker Mauro Icardi off with Mateo Kovacic on, while Celtic bring on John Guidetti and Liam Henderson for Stuart Armstrong and Leigh Griffiths.

Leigh Griffiiths

Leigh Griffiths had the chance to equalise but Inter keeper Juan Pablo Carrizo was up to the task with a fine save.

Xherdan Shaqiri tries to outfox Craig Gordon by going for goal from a wide free-kick, but the keeper gathers easily.


De Saint Austin on Facebook: "Celtic - kings in Scotland, minnows abroad."

Colm Aintches: "The real Craig Gordon has managed to overpower his evil twin at the break and get back in the jersey."

A Celtic corner kick eventually falls to skipper Scott Brown and he rifles in a shot that cannons off one of the bodies in the box.

What a chance for Celtic to square it. Emilio Izaguirre curls a long ball into the box and Stefan Johansen controls it for Leigh Griffiths but he can't beat the keeper.

Celtic are having a spell of pressure but the final ball is costing them at this point.


Ryan Hawes: Craig Gordon, arguably best British keeper of last decade. Poor first half but he'll bounce back. Great keeper."


Celtic get in behind the Inter back line thanks to a mix-up but Gary Mackay-Steven's shot is tame and Juan Pablo Carrizo blocks easily with his feet.

Two tricky left footed wingers battle it out on the touchline and it's Gary Mackay-Steven who gets the better of Inter's Xherdan Shaqiri, winning a throw-in for the hosts.

The pace has dropped off ever so slightly at the start of this second half, but there's still plenty of threat any time these teams go forward.

Nir Bitton isn't known for his goals but he goes mighty close with a 35-yarder that goes narrowly wide of Juan Pablo Carrizo right-hand post.


It's that man Xherdan Shaqiri causing problems again, cutting in from the right and curling an effort that forces Craig Gordon into an excellent one-handed save.


Celtic keeper Craig Gordon has been in great form this season but it's not been his night so far and he was badly at fault for Inter Milan's third goal.


David Elliot on Facebook: "I think it will finish 5-3 Inter... Craig Gordon should be replaced or it could be more."