Feyenoord Triumphs 2-0 Against Celtic: Brendan Rodgers’ Team Endures Chaotic Night with Two Red Cards, Conceding Goals in Both Halves

Celtic finished their Champions League opener beaten 2-0, two men down, and utterly miserable after a humbling night at Feyenoord. 

Their Dutch hosts scored in both halves via Calvin Stengs and Alireza Jahanbaksh and could have had five with two goals ruled out by VAR and a penalty saved. 

Brendan Rodgers’ men were second best but could have had a better evening were it not for the second-half sending-offs of Gustaf Lagerbielke and substitute Odin Thiago Holm.

The inquisition will be painful for the Scottish champions after a night of ill discipline.

One saving grace is that Lazio rescued a late point against Atletico Madrid, meaning Celtic are only a point behind the second and third-place teams.  

More to follow.  

Feyenoord had a jubliant night at the expense of Celtic with a 2-0 win on their return to the Champions League 

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