CELTIC dropped two points in Poland on Wednesday night, when they really should’ve returned to Glasgow with all three.

The Scottish side was presented many chances throughout the game but was unable to capitalise on them. Instead of grabbing their first win of the Champions League group stage this season, they’ve added just one point to the board.

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If they want to challenge for second place, they really must take all three points from their trip against Leipzig.

Sutton took to Twitter to voice his frustrations with the wasted chances from the visiting side. He finished by stating a point was okay for Celtic, but they missed the chance to grab three points on the road, which could be the difference between second and third place.

It’s a disappointing night for Celtic, who will be kicking themselves in the dressing room. It will be another Champions League night that will leave many thinking ‘what if’.

They had their chances; they just didn’t take them.

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  1. Ange said and I quote ” I THOUGHT WE REGROUPED REALLY WELL AFTER THAT SECOND HALF. THE PERFORMANCE WAS EXCELLENT”

    As I said last week, I will say again. Ange got it wrong. You know why we we better in the second half? It was due to playing our best player in his best position!

    Jock Stein said “you play your best player it that position.”

    Well how many times has Ange played Jota not in his best position to accommodate Maeda and now Haksabanovic?

    If Ange can’t see after a year what the whole world can, that Jota should play on the left then I am not convinced he can take us further!

    Jota playing on the left should be as set in stone as Hart playing in goal is!!!

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