Celtic manager Ronny Deila has told the club's official Twitter account that he felt individual mistakes cost the Bhoys as they lost 2-1 at home to Molde.
Deila needed a victory in the Europa League this evening having opened the campaign with two draws and a defeat, but he was left empty handed again tonight.
Mohamed Elyounoussi struck Molde in front, and whilst Kris Commons equalised by diverting Nir Bitton's shot in to the net just minutes later, Daniel Berg Hestad bagged what proved to be the winner for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men just before half-time.
The defeat piles the pressure on Deila, whose continued failures in European football are beginning to frustrate Celtic fans - and the manager has had his say.
Speaking to the club's official Twitter account, Deila admitted that he felt Celtic conceded two easy goals, and individual mistakes cost them.
However, he did single out teenage left back Kieran Tierney for praise, suggesting that the defender produced an 'unbelievable performance', as the youngster continues to earn praise for his excellent displays in recent weeks.
RD: We conceded two easy goals. They didn’t have too many more chances but when they score two out of two, then you’re in trouble.— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) November 5, 2015
RD: It’s individual mistakes. We have to win challenges in the box but tonight we lost the game inside the area and that’s disappointing.— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) November 5, 2015
RD: If there was somebody who played with his heart tonight, it was Kieran Tierney. It was an unbelievable performance & that was positive.— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) November 5, 2015
RD: We have done very well domestically but we haven’t reached the level in Europe that we want, but we’re going to improve.— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) November 5, 2015