“We had chances and could have scored another couple of goals, but we need to defend better in the situations where we conceded.
“They are good on the counter-attack and they know how they’re going to play, home and away, so they’re used to those tactics.
“There were some positives for us and we looked better in the first-half when we scored those two goals that were chopped off.
“In the second-half, the boys tried their hardest and you can’t fault that, but it just didn’t go for us.”
Tierney, who also played in the 2-2 with Fenerbahce, speaking to the club’s official website, added: “It’s an experience for me.
“It was brilliant to be put in to the match, so I’m delighted with that, but, overall, I’m still gutted.