Celtic drew 1-1 with the English giants on Tuesday night.
Celtic rounded off their Champions League campaign by earning a very deserved 1-1 draw in Tuesday night's trip to Manchester City.
It was probably their best result in Europe this season as Patrick Robert's opener was cancelled out by Kelechi Iheanacho on eight minutes.
It was a fantastic result against the Premier League side - whom they also drew with at Parkhead - but the Bhoys knew beforehand they would finish bottom of Group C.
Roberts was playing against his parent club, having joined the Hoops on loan from the Sky Blues last season, and Leicester City star Demarai Gray reacted to his goal in the form of a simple hand-clapping emoji last night.
Ex-Celtic striker was also on Twitter as he claimed it was a "superb point" for Brendan Rodgers's side, playing in the Champions League for the first time in two years.
Arsenal superb in Basle.. nice Hatrick from Perez! Great point for Celtic! @patrick7roberts— John Hartson (@JohnHartson10) December 6, 2016
Celtic's European campaign is over for another nine months or so, but there is still plenty to look forward to domestically.
The Glasgow giants, who have already won the League Cup, are certain to add to their haul with a sixth straight Premiership title. They are eight points clear of Rangers, with three games in hand, and there is every expectation that they will also win the Scottish Cup to pick up a rare treble.
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