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Armstrong on Europa League exit
Celtic midfielder Stuart Armstrong says that the whole dressing room is disappointed after their exit from Europe last night.
The Bhoys lost 4-3 to Inter Milan on aggregate in the last-32 of the Europa League and Armstrong admits that the team were crestfallen at the final result.
"Disappointment is the word. Unfortunately we got nothing out of it," he said to the Scottish Evening Times.
"There is a lot of disappointed boys in the dressing room and we're feeling hard done by. But it's all done now and we can't do anything."
Van Dijk on the treble
Celtic defender Virgil Van Dijk says that the side now want to win the domestic treble, after exiting the Europa League on Thursday.
Van Dijk was sent off against Inter Milan, but he insists any frustrations about the result will be put to the back of his mind by the weekend.
"We have a big chance to do it and we want to do it," he said to BBC Sport.
"It's a big game on Sunday and we need to focus on that. Come Saturday, we'll be focused and we want to win on Sunday with a good performance."
Ronny Deila says that he is proud of his Celtic side after they gave Inter Milan a scare at the San Siro.
Celtic were in the tie right until the last minute, when Fredy Guarin's belter ended their hopes, and Deila was pleased with his side's efforts.
"I feel sorry for the team - but very proud of the boys," Deila told BT Sport. "There was a very good chance to go through and I think we showed that we have something at this level.
"It was an open match until the sending-off. It made it very difficult for us, we had to work hard in defence."