Celtic were beaten 1-0 by Lincoln Red Imps during Brendan Rodgers' first competitive match in charge.
Leigh Griffiths says that Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers called for calm, after watching his side lose to Lincoln Red Imps last week.
Celtic were humiliated by the part time side from Gibraltar in Champions League qualifying, as they fell to a 1-0 defeat.
The result has been described as one of the worst in the history of Celtic.
However, Griffiths says that Rodgers was quick to ensure that his side did not panic after the match finished.
LG: "The manager called for calmness last week and it’s only half-time in the tie. We have a great chance to go through."— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) July 19, 2016
Celtic go into the second leg of the tie tomorrow evening, and they are still the heavy favourites to progress.
The Bhoys are expected to record a comfortable victory over the Imps tomorrow, but their performance will need to improve significantly.
Celtic were well off the pace in the first-leg of the tie, and a similarly poor display could leave them on the wrong end of a huge upset.
Celtic have not made it through to the Champions League for the past two seasons, and they are desperate to reach the group stages this time around.