NEIL LENNON has revealed his captain had to come off during the 1-1 draw against Copenhagen in Denmark due to a ‘calf strain’ which will now need to be assessed going forward.

Broony looked a yard off the pace at times on Thursday night and had to go off with the bhoys still battling to keep it at 1-1. You know when Scott comes off it’s for a good reason.

“Obviously we lost Browny to a calf strain so we will have to see how that is as well.” Neil Lennon told SunSport.

A calf strain could just need a couple of days rest but if it’s something more serious it could become a problem for Celtic going forward.

Having already subbed Olivier Ntcham, Celtic lost whatever hold they had on the midfield with Nir Bitton failing to do much when he did get some game time.

In the end, the bhoys saw it out and thanks to Christopher Jullien and Fraser Forster we are still in a great position for the second leg next week.

The game at Parkhead is sold out and promises to be a memorable night. Lessons must be learned from the first leg and from the Cluj game earlier this season.