Celtic hit Hearts for five, Rangers bounce back

Neil Lennon played for Celtic for seven years and managed them for four

Neil Lennon played for Celtic for seven years and managed them for four

"His feet are nice and soft, he doesn't play backwards so much and he has a great range of passes and he has the personality now to play those passes, not just one that is secure to keep the ball".

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Leipzig saw off Celtic 2-0 in Germany a couple of weeks ago, but there is a belief in the green half of Glasgow that their side is beginning to click into gear and are approaching top form.

However, the task of overcoming a Bundesliga side performing well in the Bundesliga could be complicated by the return of Swedish star Emil Forsberg, who missed the first game through injury.

At the other end of the table Dundee were beaten for the 10th time in 11 league games this season 1-0 at Motherwell, while 10-man Hamilton also beat Livingston 1-0. 'It is a home match for us so it is going to be totally different. "We have to look to win next time and, if we don't, it is really hard.".

"There is not a big demand from me to only score goals, he needs to press the game like I ask my strikers to do and from that we will always make chances and then it is up to him to take them".

"But the confidence is back now and we are playing really well".

"Timo Werner is back in fine form too and we are scoring goals as well".

"I think the fans are split".

No we're not?!' in a moment of pure disbelief.

RB Leipzig beat Celtic 2-0 in the first ever competitive meeting between these two sides in the last round of matches.

Having started the season with just seven goals in seven games, Celtic have since bagged 20 across their last four matches, and consequently sit just one point behind leaders Hearts.

"I felt much better in the second-half, I know we lost two goals but at least we were in the game and had opportunities".

Chris Sutton has urged the Celtic players to prove their mettle in Europe after constant domestic success over the last few seasons.

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