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Live Reporting

By Scott Mullen

All times stated are UK

  1. Cheerio

    Right folks, it's 10.30pm Glasgow time and already beyond my bed time.

    We started off tonight with a credible draw in Poland for Rangers, before Celtic rounded off a positive night with victory at Celtic Park over AIK. Good luck to both our teams next week, and the bloke that stole my dinner.

    Until next time, take care of yourselves. And each other.

    Toodle pip.

  2. Post update

    A live picture from earlier on of someone in London gripped by the Celtic match updates...

    View more on twitter
  3. Last vote of the night

    So, for those of the 7,000 of you still with us who haven't nodded off yet, it's decision time. Will both our sides make it to the group stage? Thumbs up for yes, thumbs down for no.

    Come on, don't let me down. One last push...

  4. Coming up this weekend

    Tomorrow night we have live Championship football coverage on BBC Scotland and the BBC Sport Scotland website. It's the glamour venue of Cappielow as Morton take on Partick Thistle, kick off 19:05 BST.

    Over the weekend, we will bring you live radio and text coverage of all the SPFL Premiership action, not to mention Scotland's meeting with France at Murrayfield on Saturday night.

    Sportscene
  5. Elsewhere...

    It was a good night for British teams across the board. In Belfast, Linfield defeated Qarabag 3-2 (including a stonker of a goal which I'll share with you shortly, Wolves beat Torino in Italy by the same score.

    Elsewhere, Aberdeen's conquerors Rijeka lost 2-1 away to Gent.

  6. Midfield headache for Clarke?

    Michael Stewart

    Former Scotland midfielder on BBC Sportsound

    With just a couple of games before national head coach Steve Clarke has to pick his Scotland squad for next month's European qualifiers against Russia and Belgium - has tonight's Europa League action made things a little bit better or worse?

    Quote Message: You look at the areas of the park it's the strongest area of the Scotland team - midfield and the wider areas - where there's competition for the number 10 role. It's where Scotland have a lot of strength in depth and the players wouldn't let us down.
  7. Stick with us

    We're beyond 10pm but we'll still bring you more reaction as it comes in.

    Meanwhile, some chancer has swiped my empire biscuit. Back shortly...

  8. 'It was a great performance' - Lennon

    FT: Celtic 2-0 AIK

    Celtic manager Neil Lennon tells BBC Scotland: "It was a great performance from everyone. Two great goals, a clean sheet as well. The only complaint was we didn't get more goals.

    "You have to be patient. Their goalkeeper made some great saves but we said at half-time 'just a little bit more'. On the back of a difficult week for the players they've come up trumps again.

    "It'll suit us [AIK having to chase the game]. It's a decent lead, but we're capable of scoring over there and that's important."

    Lennon was also full of praise for Michael Johnston and Christopher Jullien, who both impressed.

    "I'm delighted with him [Johnston]. He's the sort of player who's got beautiful balance, a quick turn of pace, and the type of player we like here at Celtic and he's coming an integral part of our team.

    "He [Jullien] was dominant. I thought he was very cool, used all his experience."

    Neil Lennon
  9. Recap

    While I'm sure you are gripped by my every word, you can read the match reports from both games tonight below.Legia Warsaw 0-0 Rangers

    Celtic 2-0 AIK

  10. Johnston following Christie's example

    FT: Celtic 2-0 AIK

    James McFadden

    Former Scotland forward on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: He's probably used Ryan Christie as inspiration, because Mikey Johnston from a young age has always had the ability to get on the ball, to eliminate players, to be exciting. He's got great little body movements, there's no way of defenders knowing which way he's going. What he has done is bulked himself up. It just takes time for kids to grow, and that's why he's probably looked at Christie.
    Ryan Christie and Mikey Johnston
    Image caption: Christie (left) and Johnston (right) applaud fans at full-time
  11. And Celtic's is... Odsonne Edouard

    FT: Celtic 2-0 AIK

    Agree, Celtic fans?

    Odsonne Edouard
  12. Rangers man of the match is... Ryan Jack

    FT: Legia Warsaw 0-0 Rangers

    Agree?

    Ryan Jack
  13. 'It's weighing on his shoulders'

    FT: Celtic 2-0 AIK

    Michael Stewart

    Former Scotland midfielder on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: The only way he's going to get past it is by standing up and continuing to be counted and working his way through it. It's horrible as it's just the start of his Celtic career and nobody really knows what his abilities and skills are like yet, as we haven't seen him before. It's not like a player who has been in the country for years where people can draw back on historic form and say it's just a bad spell. There's clearly tension, you can see it's playing on his mind. You can see it as he walked off that it's weighing on his shoulders, he's hunched and looking at the ground. He just needs to try and work through it. Worst thing you can do is not play or hide, you'll get found out quicker.
    Celtic's Boli Bolingoli
    Image caption: Celtic's Boli Bolingoli fouls AIK's Robert Lundstrom and is booked
  14. Edouard on form for Celtic

    FT: Celtic 2-0 AIK

    Odsonne Edouard
  15. Steadfast Stevie in charge at Rangers

    FT: Legia Warsaw 0-0 Rangers

    Rangers graphic
  16. Gerrard 'pleased' but wants 'more bravery' from Rangers

    FT: Legia Warsaw 0-0 Rangers

    As Celtic gained a win at Celtic Park, Rangers carved out an impressive draw in Poland.

    Rangers boss Steven Gerrard was satisfied with his side's night's work in Warsaw.

    "There's a lot of things about the game I'm pleased about," he told Rangers TV. "I thought we stuck together in a very hostile atmosphere. Legia are a good team and I think they proved that tonight.

    "I thought certainly in the first half we were really really good. We all stood up and backed ourselves, we all played. I thought second half we lacked a bit of bravery. We were passing it well but with no real penetration. I would like to have seen us create more second-half.

    "But all in all, we've come to a really tough place, kept a clean sheet and the tie's in the balance. We're going back to our place now and the atmosphere changes full circle."

    Gerrard
  17. Celtic will 'take heart' from performance

    FT: Celtic 2-0 AIK

    James McFadden

    Former Scotland forward on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: The onus was always going to be on Celtic to attack, certainly with the way AIK set up. It's alright saying go and attack and make stuff happen but there were some brilliant performances from Mikey Johnston, Ryan Christie, Odsonne Edouard when he got the ball, James Forrest. When you are playing a team like that it's so important to carry the ball and run at players or off the ball and create space for other players. They'll take heart from tonight.