Glasgow Celtic manager Neil Lennon was delighted with his side's success in reaching the knock out stages of the UEFA Champions League this season after defeating Spartak Moscow 2-1 in their final group game last Wednesday.
Glasgow Celtic prepare themselves for an important final group match against Spartak Moscow this Wednesday. The Scottish side are still in a shot to get a ticket into the knock out stages but it will also depends a lot on the result between Barcelona against Benfica.
Spartak Moscow pretty much ended their Champions League qualification bid after suffering a 3-0 home defeat over Barcelona on Tuesday. Although was obviously disappointed with the result, Spartak coach, Unai Emery said that he is still proud of his players performance.
Spartak Moscow Vs Barcelona Highlights:Barcelona is the 1rst team that has qualified from Group G with 12 points which is more than enough for the Spanish team to leap into further stages of the Champions League.
Barcelona are hoping that their previous defeat against Glasgow Celtic wont be haunting the Catalan side again when they travel to face Spartak Moscow this Tuesday.
The Spanish giant will be eying for nothing more than three points to seal their passage into the knock out stage.
Barcelona are looking confident ahead of their trip to face Spartak Moscow in the Champions League group stage this Tuesday as the Catalan side target a victory that will seal their place into the next round.
Portuguese side, Benfica, will face a tough test this midweek in order to maintain their Champions League hope alive as Jorge Jesus men must beat Glasgow Celtic, who have just defeated Barcelona in match day four.
In Group G, Barcelona are aiming to secure qualification ticket into the knock out stage when they face Glasgow Celtic on Wednesday.
Barca tactician Tito Vilanova stressed out to his players the importance of winning the midweek tie, calling the match as his team's most important left in the year.
Highlights: Spartak Moscow maintain their hopes of entering the further stages of the Champions League alive by squeezing a 2-1 victory over Benfica with Lima scoring an own goal at the 1rst half which proved to be the difference.
Ahead of his side's trip to Celtic Park on Sunday, Hearts' manager John McGlynn, share his believes about his team's chances against Glasgow Celtic, who just picked up an important morale boosting victory in the Champions League.
Spartak still has not picked up a single triumph so far in their Champions League campaign leaving them at the last spot of Group G with no points while Celtic on other hand secured the 1rst place spot ahead of Barcelona who still have to play their respective game tomorrow evening.