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Live Reporting

Nick McPheat

All times stated are UK

  1. That'll do us

    Thank you very, very much for joining me for tonight's Europa League marathon.

    Great entertainment, as ever. We'll be back this weekend with coverage of the domestic action.

    Take care and good night.

  2. What's next?

    Rangers' next Europa League fixture is in three weeks time at home to Sparta Prague, while Celtic are away to Bayer Leverkusen on the same evening.

    It's back to league action on Sunday, however, as Steven Gerrard's men host Ross County and Ange Postecoglou's side travel to Dundee.

  3. As it stands in Group A...

    FT: Brondby 1-1 Rangers

    Rangers fans, are you backing your side to get out the group after tonight's result?

    Group A
  4. 'We underperformed' - Gerrard

    FT: Brondby 1-1 Rangers

    The earlier game tonight saw Rangers draw 1-1 at Brondby, and Ibrox boss Steven Gerrard said post-match his team "underperformed".

    "I think there was more there for us, more than a point," he said. "There was a massive improvement when I made the substitutions.

    "It was certainly a fantastic goal. It's great to have Ryan Kent back. If any team was going to go on and win the game, it was us."

    Steven Gerrard
  5. 'The front three were great' - Postecoglou

    FT: Ferencvaros 2-3 Celtic

    Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou tells BT Sport: "Our objective tonight was to try and get maximum points and keep us alive in the group, full credit to the boys.

    "It was three great goals, I thought we could have had a couple more. I'm disappointed at conceding the second goal as I don't think it was a true reflection of how we played tonight.

    Ange Postecoglou

    "The front three were great, we set a platform for them. Our ability to play out from the back gives them good opportunities rather than just knocking it long. They work hard for the team in a defensive sense and they're getting their rewards.

    "The fact we can get three goals away from home is because we just go at teams. I still think that is the way forward. It's the kind of team we want to be and I think it's the team our supporters want us to be."

  6. 'Unbelievable feeling' - Jota

    FT: Ferencvaros 2-3 Celtic

    Celtic winger Jota, who crashed in his side's second goal, tells BT Sport: "It's an unbelievable feeling to win this game, so we are very happy.

    "We are a new team, we are starting to get to know each other. Month after month we are getting stronger, to be like a real family. Things are going well, we just have to work hard.

    "We have to believe in the manager's idea. If we listen and believe to what he says then good things will come.

    Image caption: Jota's strike put Celtic 2-1 up
  7. As it stands in Group G...

    FT: Ferencvaros 2-3 Celtic

    Group G
  8. 'Everything was right about third goal'

    FT: Ferencvaros 2-3 Celtic

    Pat Bonner

    Former Celtic goalkeeper on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: That third goal, everything about it was right. That was Celtic at their best. Go back to any year or any group of players, that's exactly what you want
  9. Celtic guaranteed European football after Christmas

    FT: Ferencvaros 2-3 Celtic

    Tonight's result means Celtic are guaranteed European football after Christmas - they have secured third place in the group.

    Whether that post-Christmas European football is in the Europa League or Conference League remains to be seen.

  10. The highs and lows

    FT: Ferencvaros 2-3 Celtic

    Tom English

    BBC Scotland's chief sports writer

    Quote Message: Celtic have the capacity to shoot themselves in the foot defensively. But, going forward, they are absolutely wonderful to watch. You just sit back and enjoy what they are doing at times.
  11. FULL-TIME: Ferencvaros 2-3 Celtic

    Big, big win for Ange Postecoglou's men.

    When Liel Abada finished off Celtic's third goal, it looked done.

    They looked comfortable. However, this Celtic side just don't do comfortable.

    Uzuni's late strike gave the hosts hope, but the away side held on for a precious three points.

    Abada goal
    Image caption: Liel Abada added Celtic's third after the break
  12. Post update

    Ferencvaros 2-3 Celtic

    It's not pretty, but Celtic get it away.

    James McCarthy is then out to block an ambitious strike from Uzuni.

  13. Post update

    Ferencvaros 2-3 Celtic

    Ferencvaros are playing this injury time terribly!

    Getting involved in daft arguments that are racking up minutes.

    But they have a free-kick on halfway. It's now or never.

  14. Post update

    Ferencvaros 2-3 Celtic

    David Turnbull is next to win a foul in the Ferencvaros half.

    It's almost at the corner spot. Celtic will do everything to keep it in there.

  15. Post update

    Ferencvaros 2-3 Celtic

    Brilliant striker play from Giorgos Giakoumakis.

    He gets his body in front Mmaee to win a priceless free-kick on the halfway line.

    Four minutes added.

  16. Post update

    Ferencvaros 2-3 Celtic

    The home side now have belief that was just non-existent minutes ago.

    The hosts didn't even look interested, but now they have hope as Szantho cuts in and blasts over.

    Stephen Welsh can't continue. He comes off for Liam Scales.

  17. 'Own worst enemy'

    Ferencvaros 2-3 Celtic

    Pat Bonner

    Former Celtic goalkeeper on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Celtic are their own worst enemy at times. Mikey Johnston gives it away in a high-rick area and Joe Hart is rightly giving it out to his players.
  18. GOAL! Ferencvaros 2-3 Celtic


    It's so, so cheap from Celtic.

    Mikey Johnston loses the ball too easily and it results in Uzuni picking the ball up on the left of the box.

    There's no pressure on the Ferencvaros attacker, who guides in a lovely finish to the far corner.

    Ferencvaros goal