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Summary

  1. FT: Celtic (Tierney, Edouard) 2-1 RB Leipzig (Augustin)
  2. FT: Spartak Moscow (Melgarejo, Goldson OG, Adriano, Hanni) 4-3 Rangers (Eremenko OG, Candeias, Middleton)
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All times stated are UK

  1. Good night

    That's all for tonight.

    Rangers will be kicking themselves after taking the lead three times in Moscow and coming away empty handed.

    Celtic turned in an excellent display to get the better of RB Leipzing, scoring the winner a mere 14 seconds from the restart after conceding an equaliser.

    Both teams remain well placed to progress and there will be a few twists and turns to come over the final two group games, I'm sure.

    We turn our attention to domestic matters tomorrow evening with Aberdeen v Hibernian in the Premiership. Join us if you can.

    Thanks for your company this evening.

  2. 'Celtic played with no fear'

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    Some more from Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers...

    "We brought our true face to the game. The players fought for every ball and we showed quality when we had it.

    "The most important thing was to get the win. There are still a few games to go and we'll do our best.

    "Tonight was a great step forward for this group. This was a pressure game that we needed to win and we played with no fear."

    Odsonne Edouard hit the winning goal for Celtic
    Image caption: Odsonne Edouard hit the winning goal for Celtic
  3. What next?

    With so much for Celtic and Rangers to play for in the Europa League, when do we get the next installment of drama in this competition?

    Steven Gerrard's side are at home to Villarreal on 29 November, with Celtic away to Rosenborg on the same evening.

    Celtic really need to win in Norway to keep the pressure on RB Leipzig, while the game at Ibrox probably comes into the must not lose category.

  4. 'Celtic embraced the pressure'

    FT: Celtic 2-1 Rangers

    Tom English

    BBC Scotland's chief sports writer

    Quote Message: Celtic embraced the pressure, they looked like they wanted to be there. Brendan Rodgers said it; man-for-man Leipzig are better. But the youngest guys on the pitch stepped up. You could tell it meant a lot to the supporters - it was wonderful to see, the stadium was rocking.
    Celtic players celebrate at full-time.
    Image caption: Celtic players celebrate at full-time.
  5. Sinclair on song for Celtic

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    Scott McDonald

    Former Celtic striker on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: When Scott Sinclair is positive and gets on the front foot, he's so good to watch. His confidence is coming back
  6. Celtic keep in touch

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    Celtic table

    Salzburg keep on winning, blowing Rosenborg away 5-2 in Norway this evening.

    It's now a race between Celtic and RB Leipzig for second, with the Germans having an advantage with the better head-to-head and better goal difference.

  7. 'A great three points' for Celtic

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    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers told BT Sport: “A big thank you to the supporters. They really helped the team. The players were absolutely brilliant and they so deserved to win the game.

    “Some of our football was fantastic and they kept fighting to the very end. When you press as a team, you can have no ego in the team.

    “We spoke about it [the possibility of losing a goal] before the game, that you have to respond when things go negatively in the game.

    “That’s the mark of a good player. When things go against you, you know you have the fight and the spirit.

    "It is a proper win against a top team who are fourth in the Bundesliga."

    “In terms of a European victory, this is a great three points.”

    Brendan Rodgers
  8. Spartak boss dedicates win to dead dad

    FT: Spartak Moscow 4-3 Rangers

    Spartak Moscow interim head coach Raul Riancho dedicated his side's victory over Rangers to "my father, who recently passed away" and praised his players for having the "character" to come back from behind three times.

    "The main thing is that Spartak retain the chance of reaching the play-offs," he said.

    Spartak's supporters were left unhappy with the sacking of Riancho's predecessor, but the coach praised the home support for helping his players "grow wings".

    Riancho said that switching to a more attacking 4-3-3 formation had helped his side create chances - but also created problems in defence.

    The Spaniard insists he does not know how long he will be in charge but insisted he would not be staying as assistant if he does not get the job permanently as he believes he has enough experience to be head coach.

    Spartak Moscow interim head coach Raúl Riancho
    Image caption: Raul Riancho does not know how long he will be in charge of Spartak
  9. Scotland role for Christie?

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    Tom English

    BBC Scotland's chief sports writer

    Quote Message: Ryan Christie will get a lot of credit tonight and he deserves it all. You saw a player of real character. He was a real leader out there. That performance is going to have [Scotland manager] Alex McLeish's eyes opened wide.
  10. 'We were looking for a big result'

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    Celtic midfielder Callum McGregor is enjoying himself in the midfield holding role, filling in for the injured captain Scott Brown, with Olivier Ntcham and Eboue Kouassi also sidelined.

    He told BT Sport: "I think the [first] goal gave us great belief that we could go on and win. Under pressure we were excellent, we counter-attacked well.

    "Teams are always vulnerable when they score so it was important to get forward as soon as possible [after Leipzig's equaliser] and the goal again gave us the belief to see it out.

    "That'll give us confidence, we've been looking for that big victory and hopefully that will spur us on now."

  11. The story of the game

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    Celtic Leipzig statistics

    But there's only one stat that counts...

  12. 'Big round of applause for Christie'

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    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Sportsound

    "It was an excellent first half but the second half was much more difficult as Leipzig tried to get that equaliser.

    "Kampl had a couple of opportunities at the end but generally Celtic's back four defended pretty well as a unit.

    "But the big round of applause goes to young Ryan Christie. He was full of confidence, taking the ball showing calmness and energy where other young players would have panicked."

    Ryan Christie
    Image caption: Ryan Christie celebrates setting up the late goal
  13. 'Dogged' Celtic get reward

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    Scott McDonald

    Former Celtic striker on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: For me, it's the most complete European performance under Brendan Rodgers. They were so dogged, they kept going and going
  14. Celtic win, but advantage RB Leipzig

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    Jonathan Sutherland

    BBC Sport Scotland at Celtic Park

    Celtic join RB Leipzig on six points, but the Bundesliga side have the advantage thanks to their 2-0 home win over the Scottish champions, with the head-to-head goal difference between tied teams a factor.

    Brendan Rodgers’ side now need to better the points tally of RB Leipzig in the two remaining matches.

  15. FULL-TIME Celtic 2-1 RB Leipzig

    Tom Rogic with the chance to release Odsonne Edouard in acres of room but the pass nicks off the only defender in sight. That's it. Celtic take the three points.

    It was fast, it was frantic and it keeps the Scottish champions in the hunt for a place in the knockout phase.

    The winning goal came just a minute after RB Leipzig had levelled, with Edouard finishing off a fantastic flowing move.

    Odsonne Edouard knocks in the second of Celtic's goals
    Image caption: Odsonne Edouard knocks in the second of Celtic's goals
  16. Post update

    Celtic 2-1 RB Leipzig

    A massive cheer for Ryan Christie as the Celtic midfielder nicks the ball deep in his own half and sets off on a determined run up the park.

    The ball is knocked out deep in RB Leipzig territory.

  17. Three to go

    Celtic 2-1 RB Leipzig

    Three minutes added on. Celtic are pinned back, hanging on for their lives. Can they see this one out?

  18. Post update

    Celtic 2-1 RB Leipzig

    Kevin Kampl is in behind the Celtic defence, leaving Mikael Lustig to eat his dust, but the shot is hurried and it flies high and wide.

    Celtic make another change, bringing on central defender Kristoffer Ajer for winger Scott Sinclair.

  19. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Celtic 2-1 RB Leipzig

    Youssouf Mulumbu is caught dithering on the ball and Celtic are so close to being punished as the ball is worked to Kevin Kampl and the Leipzig substitute hammers a rising shot against the crossbar from the edge of the penalty area.

  20. Post update

    Celtic 2-1 RB Leipzig

    The visitors are going for broke and Celtic are sniffing for another opening. Odsonne Edouard has a chance to release Scott Sinclair but his pass hits the heels of his team-mate.