Celtic picked up their first Champions League point but were once again left to rue missed opportunities as they drew 1-1 with Shakhtar Donetsk.
They made a blistering start in Warsaw and took an early lead when Artem Bondarenko turned Reo Hatate’s ball into his own net.
Ange Postecoglou’s side continued to dominate, but a quick counterattack saw Mykhailo Mudryk pull Shakhtar level.
That sparked the Ukrainian side to life and former Hoops winger Marian Shved had the ball in the net again before half-time, but it was disallowed as the ball went out of play before Mudryk’s pass.
Celtic dominated the second half but, just as they did in the early stages of their 3-0 defeat to Real Madrid last week, they passed up chances and failed to find a winner.
Postecoglou’s team now have one point from their opening two matches in Group F while Shakhtar Donetsk move onto four.
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