Celtic fined for 'illicit banner' as Legia Warsaw must play behind closed doors

Fans display Palestine flags at Celtic's Champions League play-off first leg against Hapoel Beer Sheva
Dozens of Palestine flags were on display at the Champions League play-off first leg

Celtic have been fined 10,000 euros (£8,635) by Uefa for the displaying of an "illicit banner" during a match against Israeli side Hapoel Beer Sheva.

Palestinian flags were visible during the Champions League play-off first leg at Celtic Park on 17 August.

The Scottish champions progressed to the group stage 5-4 on aggregate.

Meanwhile, Legia Warsaw have been fined 80,000 euros (£69,085) and told to play their next home Uefa competition match behind closed doors.

That followed a series of incidents during their Champions League Group F match against Borussia Dortmund on 14 September.

Uefa's control, ethics and disciplinary body listed chargesexternal-link including crowd disturbances, setting off of fireworks and stairways blocked at the Polish champions' home ground.

Legia, who host Real Madrid in their next home Group F game on 2 November, lost 6-0 to Dortmund.

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