SCOTT BROWN revealed Rosenborg’s over-confidence acted as an extra spur for Celtic in Trondheim last night.
The Norwegians were desperate to end a decade’s absence from the Champions League group stages during their centenary campaign.
But the Hoops skipper couldn’t disguise his pleasure at sending them out of the competition on a 1-0 aggregate with James Forrest sizzling in the winner.
Brown said: “They felt they were through after the first leg.
“Their celebratIons at Parkhead were a bit over the top. But we came here and we did the job.
“We did what we had to do.
“They put it on their Twitter feed: ‘We’re almost there’ – so that was nice motivation for us.
“It was good to come over here and get the goal to go through.”
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