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Colin Moffat and Bryn Palmer

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  1. Good night

    FT: Celtic 3-3 Manchester City

    I'll give Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers the final word on what was a fantastic night of football.

    "Tonight is hopefully a really good marker on how much the players have improved in a short space of time but I know there is a long way to go in terms of where we want to be."

    Many thanks for your company. We'll do this Champions League dance again soon.

    Celtic meet Borussia Monchengladbach in Glasgow on 19 October, while City travel to Group C leaders Barcelona in what should be another cracker.

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    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola on BBC Radio 5 live: "It was a fantastic game for everybody. We scored three goals but didn't win. It was an amazing effort to recover in this stadium.

    "Manchester City don't have the history in Europe, we have to create it. This might be an important lesson for us - how to start well.

    "We played better in the second half, they didn't have any chances after their third goal.

    "When the fourth team in the pot is Celtic, you know how tough it is to qualify. Thinking about the performance, we tried to win the game until the end so I am satisfied."

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    FT: Celtic 3-3 Manchester City

    More from Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers at his post-match media conference: "That was a big, big performance from us and we felt we could have won but we're are happy with a point. Collectively, we were outstanding.

    "The support was amazing and that combination of the players' effort and the atmosphere made it a difficult night for Manchester City.

    "For large parts of that game we were a real threat."

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    FT: Celtic 3-3 Manchester City

  6. 'A magnificent performance'

    FT: Celtic 3-3 Manchester City

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers on BT Sport: "I can't criticise the team, but there's always elements we can be better in. We were brilliant, the pressing and the energy. Every time we went forward we looked like we could score.

    "Apart from the Barcelona game these players have been operating at a high level this season. Now, to do it against that team, it was a magnificent performance.

    "How we defend is what we've been working on. All my teams have played with that intent. We have players that are developing and evolving all the time. 

    "Tonight, how they played and performed was top class. That will give them confidence going forward."

  7. 'We should have won it'

    FT: Celtic 3-3 Manchester City

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola on BT Sport: "It was difficult for us. I'm happy with the reaction from the players, it's not easy to score three goals away.

    "I don't know how many the chances they had after the third goal. We should have won it.

    "It's disappointing to concede at the beginning of each half, but that's football. I know how difficult it is here and they started so strong. The second goal was unlucky, and I don't remember any action for them after they scored their third goal.

    "It's okay, it's one point, we didn't lose. You always learn. Now we have Barcelona, maybe the best team. We think about Spurs and, after the international break we'll think about that.

  8. Champions League reaction - we want your views

    What will Pep make of that? You can chat about a blistering night of Champions League and send your questions to BBC World Service reporter John Bennett right now on our Facebook page.  

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  9. A good clean fight

    FT: Celtic 3-3 Manchester City

    It's worth noting that there wasn't a single booking at Celtic Park. There was no quarter given but the game was played in a great spirit, with no cynical nonsense.

    Pep Guardiola shakes hands with Celtic players
  10. Brendan Rodgers 'deserves a lot of credit'

    FT: Celtic 3-3 Man City

    Neil Lennon

    Hibernian manager on Radio Scotland

    "I have never seen a Guardiola team so disrupted as in that first hour. Celtic were brilliant tonight.  You have to give a lot of credit to Brendan Rodgers - the way he set the team up, the mentality, his substitutions.  Some of the players really surpassed themselves - Dembele, Sinclair, Scott Brown again. Craig Gordon restored his reputation as well.  I am sure it is a very tired, but very happy, dressing room."  

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    FT: Celtic 3-3 Manchester City

    Celtic's Scott Sinclair on BT Sport: "The fans were right behind us and the atmosphere was unbelievable. That's what spurred us on. We kept going, going forward and creating chances.

    "We keep improving. We learned from the Barcelona defeat. We took the negatives out of it and performed tonight."

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    FT: Celtic 3-3 Manchester City

    "This is massive for our belief," Celtic hero Moussa Dembele tells BT Sport. "If we keep producing games like that, we can get something out of this Champions League."

  14. Celtic 'put it up to Man City'

    FT: Celtic 3-3 Manchester City

    Pat Bonner

    Former Celtic goalkeeper on Radio Scotland

    "That was incredible - European football, Champions League football, Scottish football and probably English football all at its best. Celtic hung in at the end and Man City showed what they could do in the last half-hour but Celtic deserved a draw.  It would have been a travesty if they hadn't taken something from the game. They put it up to Man City tonight." 

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    Pat Nevin

    Ex-Chelsea winger on BBC Radio 5 live

    There was some embarrassment after the 7-0. These Celtic fans feel like they should be at the top table and they wonder if they will ever be there again. The answer, very quickly, is yes.

    Celtic fans
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    The Hamilton Kane: If you heard that 6 goals were scored at Celtic park, you'd have feared the worse. Great game, great effort.

    Mr Robot: Without getting all the dodgy penalty decisions, City look ordinary


    Borussia M'gladbach 1-2 Barcelona

    The Spanish side top Group C, coming from behind in Germany to make it two wins from two.

    Barcelona celebrate
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    Pat Nevin

    Ex-Chelsea winger on BBC Radio 5 live

    It was fantastic. I enjoyed every second. Celtic hung on in there. Any England fans feeling down right now, cheer up - Sterling is phenomenal at the moment. It's a great game - neither side deserved to lose.

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    FT: Celtic 3-3 Manchester City

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers is on the park congratulating all of his players and they summon up the energy from somewhere to applaud the fans.

    City trudge off looking a bit bewildered. That's Pep Guardiola's winning run over.

    Guardiola and Rodgers hug after the game
  20. FULL-TIME Celtic 3-3 Manchester City

    Celtic stand firm from the set-piece and the final whistle sounds. Celtic Park roars its collective approval after a thrilling night of Champions League action.

    FT at Celtic Park