CELTIC have been warned by keeper Rado Cierzniak that Dundee United are looking for revenge in the Scottish Cup quarter-final replay at Parkhead tomorrow night.
“They can think what they want, but I believe we can win and get back to Hampden for the semi-final against Inverness Caley Thistle. The motivation is strong for us and everything is possible in this game.”
Cierzniak revealed he has done his homework on the opposition penalty-takers and United might become favourites tomorrow if the game goes to a shoot-out.
He said: “I know the Celtic players well and have analysed them and their penalties. But I would prefer to win without having to save another one!
“No, seriously, if I can help my team get through in the Cup-tie by saving a penalty again then that will be great.”
The shotstopper also bemoaned the lack of good fortune against the Glasgow giants. He added: “I got a touch on the ball at their first goal and sometimes goalkeepers need luck when they make saves.
“It is hard enough against Celtic when it is 11 against 11 because they have good possession and play nice passes. But I think the referee, Bobby Madden, is one of the best referees in the league and I don’t want to criticise him.”