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Summary

  1. Substitute Commons heads Celtic level
  2. Fenerbahce's Diego sent off for kick at Johansen
  3. Markovic escaped Gordon to put hosts ahead
  4. Fenerbahce join leaders Molde in last 32
  5. Celtic finish bottom, four points behind AJax

Live Reporting

By Thomas McGuigan

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Enjoy the rest of your evening.

  2. Post update

    Time to sign off. There will be reaction from Celtic's draw with Fenerbahce on the BBC Sport website later.

    Please join us again at the weekend for more live coverage as the Scottish domestic season continues.

  3. Post update

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Sport Scotland

    Celtic still display a propensity to give the ball away in dangerous situations - a trait that will have to be cut out if they are to make headway in next season's Champions League.

    Read more of Alasdair Lamont's match report

  4. Post update

    Quote Message: Will this team get into the Champions League? Europe still is a huge part of this club's future. It's going to take money and a lot of hard work from Pat Bonner, former Celtic goalkeeper
    Pat Bonner, former Celtic goalkeeper
  5. Post update

    Quote Message: There were some good things. They've scored plenty of goals from Scott McDonald, former Celtic striker
    Scott McDonald, former Celtic striker
  6. Domestic action beckons

    Celtic return to Scottish Premiership action against St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park on Sunday.

  7. Celtic "have gone backwards"

    Tom English

    BBC Sport Scotland

    Celtic have gone backwards and it doesn't look good for Ronny Deila in Europe. Domestically, it's fine and if he wins the treble then he'll get another crack at Europe. Peter Lawwell, although he won't admit it, won't be impressed.

  8. Uninspiring fare

    Chris McLaughlin

    BBC Sport Scotland

    Celtic's Europa League campaign ends like it began, with an uninspiring draw on the road. Ronny Deila's side rallied late on after the Turks were reduced to ten men but in truth, they were poor when it mattered. Wasteful passing, nervousness in possession and a lack of accuracy in front of goal, once again their undoing.

    If Deila was keen to use this match as a way of salvaging some much needed European pride, few would argue that he proved his point. 

    He now also has the unenviable record of being the first Celtic boss not to record a single win in a European group stage. Something to ponder on the long flight home.

    Celtic manager Ronny Deila
    Image caption: Ronny Deila has an unwanted European record with Celtic
  9. FULL-TIME Fenerbahce 1-1 Celtic

  10. Fenerbahce 1-1 Celtic

     Mikael Lustig is free down the right but his cross sails out for a goal kick.  

  11. Fenerbahce 1-1 Celtic

    Kris Commons has a sniff at goal, the substitute sees his effort blocked and Nadir Ciftci is caught miles offside. 

  12. YELLOW CARD

    After recovering from cramp, Kieran Tierney upends Potuk to earn a booking. The game is petering out to a draw and the point Fenerbahce need to progress from Group A.  

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  14. Fenerbahce 1-1 Celtic

    Three minutes plus injury time remaining as Celtic full back Kieran Tierney goes down with a bout of cramp. 

  15. Commons touch

  16. Fenerbahce 1-1 Celtic

    Chris McLaughlin

    BBC Sport Scotland

    The visitors are now peppering the Fenerbahce goal with shot after shot. Efforts from Forrest and McGregor bringing out the boos of frustration from the home support. 

  17. Fenerbahce 1-1 Celtic

    Another chance for Celtic as James Forrest dinks a ball into the path of Callum McGregor whose shot whistles narrowly wide. Opportunities here for Celtic to claim a first victory of their Europa League campaign. 

  18. Fenerbahce 1-1 Celtic

    James Forrest slaloms past a couple of Fenerbahce challenges but blazes his shot high and wide of goal. The visitors are knocking on the door here. 

  19. Celtic hope

    Chris McLaughlin

    BBC Sport Scotland

    Kris Commons' first touch of the ball is a header that sails past Fabiano high into the back of the net. How often has the striker scored important goals at important times for the Scottish Champions? Easy to see why he remains such a fans favourite. Fabulous cross from Lustig too. Now it's the visitors who are on top.