Legia Warsaw player Ondrej Duda has told the media that playing St Pats in the last round at home was much more difficult than playing Celtic and that the team were already discussing who they want in the next round.
The Polish outfit were stunned by St Pats and had to secure a late draw to save their blushes at home. In comparison they steam rolled over Celtic to the point 4-1 was a disappointing score line especially when you take into account they missed two spot kicks in the process.
With such a commanding league the Warsaw team have discussed who they would like to draw in the play-off round of the competition.
“We have not qualified yet but I know everyone is looking at potential opponents. There have been these discussions.” said Duda
“Personally, I would like BATE Borisov. It seems to me we would have a really good chance against them.”
This may further fuel the fires of the Celtic players who were riled by the Polish teams celebrations after the first leg.
While Celtic need a minor miracle to recover from the defeat no one at the club is conceding anything. There are still 90 minutes to be played and in that time a lot can happen.
Legia are hot favourites, that can’t be ignored but it maybe just a little premature to be dreaming of play-off opponents.