Celtic have again surrendered a lead and will miss out on Europe’s top competition for a fourth straight year with attention now turning to the domestic campaign.

Ange Postecoglous first major test as Celtic manager has ended in heartbreak after a 2-1 loss to Danish side FC Midtjylland.
The 3-2 aggregate result means the Scottish giants have missed out on the group stages of the Champions League for a fourth consecutive season.
After a 1-1 stalemate at Celtic Park last week, Callum McGregor broke the deadlock for the Hoops in the 48th minute. Socceroo Awer Mabil again levelled proceedings on the hour mark after James Forrest had missed a golden chance to put Celtic two ahead.
The sides headed to extra time in front of a vocal Herning crowd with the Danes substitutes proving the difference.
It took just four minutes of added time for Raphael Nwadike, introduced just before the 60-minute mark, to score what proved to be the winner. A second Celtic goal would not have been enough to prevent penalties with the tie being one of the first played without UEFAs traditional away goals rule.
Socceroo Tom Rogic was only brought on after 98 minutes after also entering the fray late in the first leg.
Ange Postecoglou during last weeks first leg in Glasgow.Credit:Getty
They worked really hard, Postecoglou told Celtic TV. We got a great goal and had a great chance to go two up and they went and scored and momentum shifted.
I thought we were comfortable for the most part, defensively we were doing a great job; they didnt really create much.