Champions League: Celtic 0 Legia Warsaw 2 (agg: 1-6)

CELTIC are out of the Champions League after a 6-1 aggregate defeat by Polish side Legia Warsaw in the third qualifying round.

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Celtic's 2-0 defeat was painful viewing for Ian Bankier, Peter Lawwell and Eric Riley
Celtic's 2-0 defeat was painful viewing for Ian Bankier, Peter Lawwell and Eric Riley

Ronny Deila's side were unable to overturn a 4-1 first-leg defeat as former Rangers defender Henning Berg saw goals from Michal Zyro in 36 minutes and Michal Kucharczyk in the 61st minute clinch a 2-0 victory at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh and a place in Friday's Play-Off round draw.

Celtic will now drop into the Europa League Play-Off round and will find out their opponents when the draw is made in Nyon on Friday.

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