Neil Lennon hailed his Celtic "heroes" who wrote themselves into the history books with their momentous 2-1 Champions League victory over Barcelona at Parkhead.
The East End of Glasgow exploded as Victor Wanyama and Tony Watt scored leaving Lionel Messi's late strike a consolation and pop singer and Celtic fan Rod Stewart crying in the stands after the final whistle.
NEIL LENNON INTERVIEW
Hoops boss Lennon, though, could hardly suppress his joy, saying: "I think it was one of the greatest nights in the club's recent history."
TONY WATT & FRASER FORSTER INTERVIEWS
"It was very poignant at our 125th anniversary, one to play Barcelona in such a prestigious game and two, to win the game under huge difficulties with the squad decimated by injuries and illness."
Celtic now boast seven points from four games and travel to Benfica before hosting Spartak Moscow in their final group fixture. Benfica have four points following their home win over Spartak Moscow, who are bottom of the group with three points.
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