Celtic absolutely lost the plot in a nightmare second half in Denmark. The bhoys were cruising at 1-0 up when their own complacency let Copenhagen back into the game and should have taken a lead to Glasgow if it hadn’t been for Fraser Forster’s heroics.
Celtic experienced VAR for the first time in a professional game and it was a decision which went against us when Ryan Christie handled the ball in the box. The referee had a look and awarded the penalty.
It was a penalty you would normally here a commentator say ‘the goalkeeper could do nothing about it’ and to be quite honest he shouldn’t have been able to but Fraser came up with the goods and tipped it onto the post to deny Copenhagen the lead.
That’s a quality struck penalty, and an even better save pic.twitter.com/bqXHBXcePM
— CeltsAreHere (@HereCelts) February 20, 2020
After the first half you would never have seen this coming but Celtic will be thankful they take a 1-1 to Celtic Park next week.