Celtic 3-4 CFR Cluj (4-5): Neil Lennon's side out of Champions League
George Tucudean's stoppage-time goal ensured Celtic lost on the night
Celtic have crashed out of the Champions League after conceding four times to CFR Cluj of Romania in a frantic game in Glasgow.
Neil Lennon's side were 2-1 behind on aggregate at half-time thanks to Cirpian Deac's header, but seemed to have turned the tie around with goals from James Forrest and Odsonne Edouard.
Billel Omrani's penalty gave Cluj the lead on away goals with 16 minutes left, and although Ryan Christie forced the hosts in front, Omrani and George Tucudean struck to seal Celtic's fate.
It means the Scottish champions now drop into the Europa League play-off round, where they will play Sheriff Tiraspol or AIK, with the Swedes having won 2-1 in Moldova last week.
Celtic reached the last 32 of that competition last season, having been knocked out at the same stage of the Champions League by AEK Athens.
More to follow.