The Hoops beat Frank de Boer's Amsterdam outfit 2-1 with goals from James Forrest and Beram Kayal to claim their first Group H win.
But left-back Blind - son of Ajax's former European Cup-winning captain Danny - says the Dutch side should have left Celtic Park with at least a point.
He said: "We played a lot of moments of good football and came out to create chances. But Celtic scored two goals that were not really deserved at that moment in the game.
"They are a physical team and we had a little bit of a problem with that. But if you look at the chances, I think for sure we deserved one point here.
"Maybe if we had taken our chances we might have even won."
Blind was up against an on-form Forrest, who shook off the effects of a recent virus to score with an emphatic penalty in first-half stoppage time.
But the Holland international denied his opponent had the better of him.
"He is a good player, a young talent," said Blind. "He is really fast but a couple of moments I had him and one or two moments he had me. It was a good game."