"Guedes makes the run from behind and he bumps Jeremy slightly and he makes contact with him".
"The first 35 minutes was absolutely brilliant, our shape, we were nice and compact and tight when we didn't have it".
"I spoke to the referee just after the game".
"He said "it was a definite sending off".
'That changed the dynamic of the game but even so the bravery of the players was incredible, they kept going. We looked like we were going to get that goal that we craved. "I thought the pride and the performance, I'm so proud to be the coach because the kept fighting and kept working".
"You just sensed we were building into the game and it was disappointing".
"That was a key moment that took the game away from us".
'The players exhausted a little bit towards the end but still we could have done better with the goal. But in the key moments over the two legs, we haven't defended so well.
The Scottish champions were knocked out at the same stage of the tournament last season by Zenit St Petersburg.
'It's maybe hard for us.
'The performance tonight, our supporters will be very proud of the team, having that courage to come and play and force the game against a very good side.
We're hoping for a magical night, and hopefully Broony and the boys will deliver it.
One supporter making the pilgrimage obviously had a very interesting set of parents, after his ID revealed he shares his middle name with one of Celtic's greatest-ever players. We have to look to qualify for European competition again next season and try to progress.