ROSENBORG boss Kare Ingebrigtsen claimed his side paid for not taking their chances in the first game at Parkhead.
The Norwegians gained a goalless draw against Celtic at Parkhead last week, but were sent packing when James Forrest rattled in the winner in Trondheim last night.
Ingebrigtsen moaned: “We gave Celtic too much respect in the first 45 minutes.
“However, in the last 45 minutes we handled them much better.
“We put some pressure on them, but in the best period of our game they scored a goal. It was a clinical finish.
“Over two legs, it was a small margins.
“We should have scored in Glasgow, that’s where we lost it, not tonight.”
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