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Summary

  1. Champions League third qualifying round first leg
  2. Celtic starts for Ajer & Ntcham; Forrest, Rogic & Sinclair in attack
  3. Dembele, Griffiths & Sviatchenko missing
  4. 'Nil-nil is never too bad in Europe' - Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers
  5. Second leg next Wednesday
  6. League Cup: FT Cowdenbeath 0-3 Dundee (Moussa 3)

Live Reporting

By Thomas McGuigan

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    Celtic 0-0 Rosenborg

    So, a goalless draw for Brendan Rodgers' side against Rosenborg. The sides meet next Wednesday in what promises to be a tense second leg.

    Thanks for your company tonight, we're back tomorrow for Aberdeen's Europa League qualifier against Apollon Limassol at Pittodrie.

    Hope you can join us then. Cheers.

  2. Rosenborg impress...

    Celtic 0-0 Rosenborg

    "Rosenborg grew into the game and you've got to be impressed by how they kept the ball," says former Celtic striker Scott McDonald.

    "Celtic put you under a lot of pressure and they play a high-press game.

    "They [Rosenborg] dealt with that really well after about 20 minutes. Celtic needed Rosenborg to come out a bit more..."

    Celtic"s Jozo Simunovic (centre right) and Rosenborg"s Nicklas Bendtner challenge for a high ball
    Image caption: Rosenborg frustrated Celtic in a goalless first leg in Glasgow
  3. 'Not doom and gloom'

    Celtic 0-0 Rosenborg

    "Celtic gave up so many chances in this match. Our analysis is reflecting the number of chances they gave up and how fortunate they are to be 0-0 going into the second leg.

    "It's not doom and gloom but you'd like to see Leigh Griffiths back and you don't want to see Celtic giving up chances like that again."

  4. Stat attack

    Celtic 0-0 Rosenborg

    • Tonight's draw means Celtic are unbeaten in their last 36 games
    • It's the first time Celtic have failed to score in a competitive game since their defeat by Barcelona on 23 November 2016
    Celtic forward Scott Sinclair walks off the pitch following the draw against Rosenborg
    Image caption: Scott Sinclair and co failed to find a way past Rosenborg's defence
    Celtic last failed to score in a competitive game in November last year - a 2-0 defeat by Barcelona
    Image caption: Celtic last failed to score in a competitive game in November last year - in a 2-0 defeat by Barcelona
  5. Griffiths to feature in Norway?

    Celtic 0-0 Rosenborg

    "Well I can't think too much about that [the lack of a striker against Rosenborg] because we don't have one. It's as simple as that.

    "So we need to worry about other ways in which we can find solutions to score goals. We had enough pressure in and around the box - just missing that wee final pass - but that comes from the time of the season as well.

    "I was really pleased with the players tonight and, for large parts, had control of the game. Of course, they're a good sidem and you can see that.

    "For us, of course we're frustrated we didn't get the win but we're absolutely fine because we know we ca go there and win. We actually score more goals away from home."

    Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths
    Image caption: Celtic will hope Leigh Griffiths is available for next week's second leg in Norway

    Asked whether he expected Leigh Griffiths to be fit for the return leg, Rodgers said: "I don't know. We'll see how he is over the next few days and we'll assess it from there."

  6. Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers

    Celtic 0-0 Rosenborg

    "Nil-Nil in European football is never a bad result. I was delighted with the players in relation to, you think we're playing without strikers, I thought their control of the game was excellent, in particular the first half.

    "This [Rosenborg] is a team that's halfway through their season and a really good level of fitness. You could see that."

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers

    "Taking everything into account: the time of the season, the level of our game, it was just that last little around the edge of the box.

    "It's important that you don't concede, we didn't concede and now we know they'll come out a little bit more in the second leg. And we know we score goals away from home."

  7. 'Celtic will go through'

    Celtic 0-0 Rosenborg

    Quote Message: I still think Celtic will go through and they'll be much better next week. They'll have to be sharper and I think they'll come out on top. from Pat Bonner BBC Sportsound pundit
    Pat BonnerBBC Sportsound pundit
  8. Celtic survive 'horrendous night'

    Celtic 0-0 Rosenborg

    Tom English

    Chief sports writer, BBC Scotland at Celtic Park

    "In terms of chances created, Rosenborg were miles ahead of Celtic. Four outstanding moments that they could've converted. As it is, Celtic have survived a horrendous night."

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers shakes hands at full-time
    Image caption: Celtic struggled to create anything of note against Rosenborg

    "It does open the debate: why does a club like Celtic, with the ambitions they have, only have two strikers? They had no goal threat and no centre forward."

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  10. FULL-TIME Celtic 0-0 Rosenborg

    Celtic have been frustrated by the Norwegian champions who proved impressive in defence but profligate in front of goal in the second half. One consolation for Brendan Rodgers is that Craig Gordon's reflexes prevented the visitors from netting.

    All to play for in Norway next Wednesday...

  11. Celtic 0-0 Rosenborg

    Celtic captain Scott Brown fires in a shot at goal, saved by Hansen, and the midfielder is hobbling after being caught as he got the shot away.

  12. GREAT SAVE!

    Vilhjálmssona with a rasping drive... forcing a brilliant, reflex save from Craig Gordon. What a save by the Celtic keeper!

  13. ADDED TIME THREE MINUTES

    Celtic 0-0 Rosenborg

  14. Celtic 0-0 Rosenborg

    Kieran Tierney bursts into the Rosenborg penalty area but the left back is flagged offside. We've got two minutes plus injury time remaining of this tense first leg.

  15. Celtic 0-0 Rosenborg

    Celtic have had one shot on target tonight; they'll need Leigh Griffiths to provide some firepower in Norway next week.

    Stuart Armstrong blazes a free kick high over the bar.

    Stuart Armstrong spurns a chance to put Celtic in front
    Image caption: Stuart Armstrong has been unable to fire Celtic in front against Rosenborg