Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou rued his side's "negative" approach which cost them dear in their Champions League crunch with Leipzig – as skipper Callum McGregor faces a major injury worry.
The 57-year-old could barely contain his frustration on multiple occasions as he watched his team come up short on a sobering 3-1 defeat in Germany.
He pinpointed his team's insistence on going backwards with the ball as their downfall. Postecoglou also appeared to absolve Joe Hart of sole responsibility for his clanger as he called into question his team's approach.Celtic created multiple chances but also were the beneficiaries of two goals being ruled out by VAR during the 3-1 defeat to Leipzig.
And the Australian is tasked with seeking a remedy before the teams square off in six days' time. Speaking on BT Sport, the Celtic boss said: "Disappointed in the outcome, the defeat.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk