Celtic crash out of the Uefa Champions League

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Celtic’s attempt in qualifying for the second time to the Champions League group stages ended in regret as a Marcos Tavares goal gave visitors NK Maribor a 1-0 win and 2-1 aggregate triumph in total

They were handed a lifeline when Legia Warsaw, who annhilated them in the third round match 6-1, fielded an ineligible player.

Celtic’s vibrant start almost saw them draw first blood as early as the fifth minute when Berget’s sleek cut-back was turned just wide of his own goal by Slovenia defender Marko Suler.

The Hoops came close to scoring again but van Dijk blew a chance by sending his header wide.

They were made to rue their missed opportunities in the 76 minute when Brazilian footballer Macros Tavares lofted a shot over a hapless Gordon and into the net

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