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Celtic - Manchester City
Champions League - 28 September 2016
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FT: Celtic 3-3 Manchester City - A breathless game of football. Dembele scores twice as City fight back three times to draw. A six-goal thriller that will live long in the memory.
What an amazing game this has been...
Gundogan chance! The German's shot takes a slight deflection but Gordon makes a vital stop to send it over the bar. City pushing for a winner.
Time is running out but both sides keen to win it. Celtic closing in on the honour of becoming the first team to deny Guardiola's City this season.
Sterrling has been so dangerous tonight. He delivers another wicked cross from the right, but this time Lustig makes a crucial headed clearance.
That's the last throw of the dice for Brendan Rodgers. His side have been sensational tonight, but it could still get better for them...
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Fernandinho chance! Sterling brilliantly skips away from a couple of challenges before setting up Fernandinho who goes very close with his shot, which flashes just over the bar.
Brown clattered by Fernando, but the Celtic skipper is fine to continue after initially going down.
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City starting to take control of things again with back-to-back corners. Celtic survive for now but need to keep the ball as their legs get tired.
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Celtic fans making plenty of noise as we go into the final 15 minutes. They haven't stopped all night - brilliant support as ever.
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Strange but true.
John Stones preparing to come on for City.
Sinclair goes clean through and Celtic Park gets excited - but the former City man is offside.
Absolutely no way of guessing which way this game is going to go. Both sides look more than capable of going on too win it.
Silva picks out Aguero with a deep cross to the far post, but Aguero's header deflects off Sviatchenko and goes out for a corner. Big chance for Aguero that, and what a ball by Silva!
Tierney should be booked for grabbing Sterling and stopping him from turning. He somehow gets away with it.
Nolito almost picks out Aguero with a through ball, but it's cut out well. City yet to lead tonight, remember.
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- GoalNolitoManchester City
GOAL! Celtic 3-3 Manchester City - Nolito for City! Silva threads a cute pass through to aguero, whose shot is parried into the path of Nolito, who is on hand to tap in. 3-3!
Gundogan goes for goal from a free-kick, but Gordon makes a solid stop low to his left.
Nolito chance! Sterling gets around his man on the right-hand side and delivers a perfect, deep cross for Nolito, who takes the ball down well but fires straight at Lustig. Great block.
Chance for City as Gundogan finds Nolito on the left, but he delays his shot and eventually it's on target but straight at Gordon.
- GoalMoussa DembéléCeltic
GOAL! Celtic 3-2 Manchester City - Dembele again! Kolarov makes a complete hash of his clearance and Dembele's scruffy overhead kick beats Bravo. Celtic are ahead for the THIRD time of the night - and that was within 16 seconds of the restart!
- 2nd Half
We're back underway in Glasgow.
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HT: Celtic 2-2 Manchester City - Incredible half of football. Celtic twice led, but City twice pegged them back, with Raheem Sterling scoring at both ends.
Strong end to the half by City, but what a performance by Celtic here.
Gundogan chance! Very close by Gundogan, who took Sterling's pass in his stride and almost guided the ball into the bottom corner.
City, after 40 minutes, are starting to get a grip of this game. Pep Guardiola has been frantically barking orders from the technical area, and his players seem to be responding.
Sterling beats Tierney again but the England winger cannot pick out Aguero with his cross. You get the feeling that Celtic will struggle if they fall behind tonight.
Celtic fancy themselves at set-pieces tonight.
Celtic not being deterred by City continuing to come back into the game. This time the corner is headed onto the roof of the net by Lustig and City can breathe a sigh of relief.
Rogic carries Celtic forward again and gets the ball out to Forrest, who wins a corner off Clichy.
Celtic's risky defensive strategy almost costs them again as Otamendi gets his head on a corner but just fails to make the greatest contact.
- GoalRaheem SterlingManchester City
GOAL! Celtic 2-2 Manchester City - Sterling scores! City have levelled again! Silva slides a perfect ball through the Celtic defence, Sterling keeps his head and slots past the advancing Gordon. Four goals and we haven't yet played half an hour.
The home fans really are the 12th man here. They're making a tremendous noise and making it a very hostile atmosphere for City.
The moment Celtic took a third-minute lead.
Otamendi has a crack from 35 yards, but it was never going to trouble Gordon.
- Own-goalRaheem SterlingManchester City
GOAL! Celtic 2-1 Manchester City - A scintillating counter-attack by Celtic has City stretched at the back after Fernandinho dived in. The ball is worked out to Kieran Tierney on the left, whose low shot deflects off the unlucky Sterling and beyond Bravo. Unbelievable game, this.
Sinclair tackled on the edge of the City box and the visitors break with great speed from one of the pitch to the other. The move ends as Nolito cuts inside but fires his shot straight at Gordon.
Celtic just trying to recapture that initial tempo of the early minutes of the game. City still not looking entirely comfortable out there, but their goal has settled them somewhat.
Good effort by Rogic, who bends a low free-kick through the City wall but just the wrong side of the post. Bravo was at full stretch.
- GoalFernandinhoManchester City
GOAL! Celtic 1-1 Manchester City - Fernandinho equalises! Out of nothing, City are level. Kolarov's hopeful drive from distance goes straight to the feet of Fernandinho, who takes one touch and finds the bottom corner with his second. 1-1 after 12 minutes.
Aguero spots the run of Silva, but Gordon is quickly out of his goal to deny a shooting opportunity for Silva. First attack City have had.
Sinclair's corner is poor but he gets a second bite at the cherry, skins Gundogan and dinks a nice cross into the box, but City unconvincingly hack it clear.
Zabaleta concedes another corner - Celtic all over City here!
Replays showing Dembele was just offside as he deflected the ball into the net. It was close, but his foot was just about beyond the last defender.
Almost a second! A loose ball drops to Kolo Toure, who had stayed up from a previous corner, and his snapshot on the turn is batted away well by Bravo.
Incredible start to this game, and City are all over the place at the back. Celtic look like scoring every time they go forward.
- GoalMoussa DembéléCeltic
GOAL! Celtic 1-0 Manchester City - Dembele scores for Celtic! A deep free-kick by Sinclair is knocked back into the box by Forrest and Dembele gets the final touch. What a start!
Celtic seeing more of the ball in the opening minute. Good, positive start by the home side.
- 1st Half
Kick-off. We're off on a wet and windy night in Glasgow.
The players are out at Celtic Park and it's a cracking atmosphere as ever. We're less than five minutes away from kick off...
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers on why he picked Craig Gordon ahead of Dutchman Dorus de Vries."Dorus obviously came off injured at the weekend, maybe he could've played. You don't need to take the risk. Craig's an outstanding goalkeeper."
Guardiola added: "It is not easy. I saw the game against Rangers here, how intensive it was. It was completely different to the way they played in Barcelona, which was more passive. Against Rangers it was so aggressive, high pressing, that is the game we are going to expect from them."
Guardiola is expecting a reaction from Celtic after their 7-0 pounding in Barcelona two weeks ago: "Many, many teams suffer the same as what happened in Barcelona," he said. "You cannot imagine how many goals Barcelona can score in five minutes but for 92/93/94 minutes they will be focused so it will be completely different."
Heavy rain saw Manchester City's opening Champions League game delayed by 24 hours, and the Premier League side have brought more wet weather with them - more heavy rain in Glasgow tonight.
For City, there are three changes from Saturday's win at Swansea, Pablo Zabaleta, Gael Clichy and Nolito are in, with Aleksandar Kolarov switching to a central defensive role and John Stones, somewhat surprisingly, dropping to the bench.
As well as bringing in goalkeeper Craig Gordon, Celtic restore Kolo Toure to the heart of defence. Leigh Griffiths stays on the bench after making a scoring return from injury last weekend.
And the City team.
The Celtic team tonight:
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