Andres Iniesta believes Barcelona's win over Celtic in Tuesday's Champions League Group G encounter was fully deserved.The Scottish champions appeared to be on their way to a hard-fought 1-1 draw, but Jordi Alba's goal well into stoppage time eventually helped Barca to the full three points, much to the satisfaction of his team-mate.
Barcelona's Javier Mascherano feels Jordi Alba's late winner in their 2-1 Champions League victory over Celtic on Tuesday was deserved.The Catalans created numerous chances against the Scottish champions, who had gone ahead thanks to a Georgios Samaras strike, but the hosts were unable to seal victory until the 94th minute.
Neil Lennon wants his Celtic players to be 'heroes' as they face the unenviable task of defeating Barcelona at Camp Nou.Lennon is no stranger to leaving the Catalan capital unscathed having secured two memorable draws in consecutive years, playing a major role in the 1-0 aggregate win that took the club through to the UEFA Cup quarter-finals in 2003-04.
Tito Vilanova is determined to take Scottish champions Celtic seriously when they clash in Tuesday's Champions League Group G match.Barcelona lead their section with six points from two games, while Celtic have four points, and the 44-year-old coach is adamant that his players will not underestimate the Hoops.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon has urged his young side to attack Barcelona in their UEFA Champions League clash on Tuesday.Lennon believes that his team's 3-2 victory over Spartak Moscow in their last Champions League encounter has prepared them well for the fixture at Camp Nou.
Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama warns that his side will not be sitting back and admiring Barcelona in their Champions League encounter.The Hoops star describes the La Liga outfit as 'one of the best teams in the world' and has urged his team-mates to be focused throughout the entire match if they hope to come out of the fixture with their heads held high.