“We are at home so, of course, we will attack, but it’s about managing that.
“There’s no point going out and thinking we are going to score five goals against Celtic. We have to be sensible.
“We showed we can get under their skins and it’s about doing that again.
“This week, we have no league game, so we have had the perfect preparation for the game.
“We would have loved to have taken a lead to Norway and there’s no doubt we had the better chances in the game.
“Celtic had more of the ball, but we had the better chances.
“Our plan was to see out the first quarter and then see what would happen. They got frustrated and their fans got annoyed.”
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