SCOTT SINCLAIR has admitted the 7-0 walloping in Barcelona last night is the worst moment of his career.
Celtic’s left-sided attacker’s clever pass to Moussa Dembele brought about the penalty-kick in the 23rd minute.
The French striker was brought down by the keeper and then saw Marc-Andre ter Stegen save his attempt.
Asked if the defeat was the lowest point, Sinclair answered: “One hundred per cent. It hurts us as players.
“When we have a defeat like that, it’s not good enough. It was a very difficult night. There’s not really much more to say about the game.
“It’s a big shame for all our travelling fans to come and see a performance like that.
“When we created the penalty chance, we were looking like going forward, but we conceded very early and that was the stage where we felt like it was going to be a long night.”
Over 4000 travelled to Barcelona for last night’s match and were in fine voice all evening, desiring their round of applause from the home support. Despite the disappointment of losing no toilets were wrecked or seats broken.
QUIZ UPDATE…in our last feature, which you can read HERE, we asked you to name the clubs that Celtic had played at Ibrox.
We listed some Rangers FC, Raith Rovers, Falkirk, Dundee Utd and on Hogmanay we’re scheduled to face the Sevco Rangers.
We’ve had two more – St Mirren on the Friday before the following Monday’s 4-2 game in 1979 when Ten Men Won the League. Celtic had to win and did so by 2-0.
And further back Hibs twice in the League Cup semi-final in 1965: 2-2 draw, 4-0 win in replay.