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Champions League: Ajax 1-0 Celtic – Below-Par Bhoys Well Beaten In Amsterdam (Photos & Highlights)

By Alan Duffy

Ajax 1-0 Celtic – Champions League – 6th November 2013

Netherlands Soccer Champions League

Celtic were deservedly beaten in Amsterdam on Wednesday night after a flaccid display which leaves the Bhoys bottom of Group H.

Neil Lennon’s men failed to recapture the spark which brought them a victory against Ajax in Glasgow, instead producing a display which rarely threatened to trouble the Dutch giants.

Ajax’s goal came early on in the second-half, when Lasse Schone finished off a superb trademark passing move to put the home side 1-0 up. Indeed, Ajax should have won by more, only for some superb goalkeeping from Fraser Forster. However, Forster and his team-mates now find themselves bottom of the group with three points, leaving the Hoops with it all to do if they are to make it to the last 16.


Highlights to follow…

Photos: PA


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By Alan Duffy on November 6th, 2013 in Champions League, Newsnow, Photos, Scottish football, Videos. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

3 Responses to “Champions League: Ajax 1-0 Celtic – Below-Par Bhoys Well Beaten In Amsterdam (Photos & Highlights)”

  1. Jarren says:

    Yeah I can really see Celtic kicking Milan’s arse in Parkhead.

    3-0 no sweat.

    Then they’ll go to Camp Nou and snatch a 1-0.

    Finally, I’ll date 3 supermodels at once and win the lottery 4 times in a row.

  2. Celtic fan says:

    Deservedly beaten ? Deserveredly beaten ? That’s not a biased writer at all……..

  3. rajz says:

    I don’t get the “sparkle” remark on the celtic home game. They played very poorly then and were lucky to get a win.
    The opportunistic 10 minutes after the 1-0 in Amsterdam last night were a big improvement for them. That’s the kind of football they have the players for.

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