Celtic out of Champions League after defeat to Leipzig Celtic's hopes of reaching the Champions League round of 16

ended in a 2-0 loss to RB Leipzig on Tuesday. Timo Werner guided a clever header in front of goalkeeper

Joe Hart before setting up Emil Forsberg 10 minutes later to guide Celtic Park to calm with 74 minutes to spare. 

The Swedish striker sealed the result with a fine finish in the top corner. . Leipzig are on six points, four behind leaders Real Madrid

in second place, who drew 1-1 against Shakhtar Donetsk, Celtic one point below with two games remaining.

In a frantic first half, Leipzig took hold. Celtic had better chances, hit the woodwork twice, through Kyogo

Furuhashi recording the only shot on target, neither team was able to find a clinical lead. Noise level at Celtic Park cranked up

after Matt O'Reilly's low shot Greg Taylor's rebound dodged the bar, first Furuhashi headed for a cross from Seid Haxbanovic.

Celtic got off to a slow start after the break with Leipzig looking more dangerous Willy Orban made a quick save from Hart,

Dominic Soboszlai relieved the hosts after losing his leg in clear sight of the target. Celtic's Dizen Maida met substitute Aaron Mooy's

cross Werner Forsberg led the effort wide before punishing Celtic in a night of missed opportunities for Ange Postekoglu's side.