Larsson still cautious after emphatic win in Budapest

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The Celtic striker Henrik Larsson insists that he is not taking the club's progression to the group stages of the Champions' League for granted, despite tearing apart MTK Hungaria in Budapest on Wednesday night.

The Hungarian champions travel to Parkhead for the second leg of the third qualifying-round tie knowing they have little chance of overcoming the 4-0 deficit. The Swedish striker hit the opening goal that knocked much of the life out of their opponents and, when Didier Agathe tapped home the second, there was little chance of MTK fighting back.

But Larsson said: "I'm always a little bit careful, so first of all we have to see this through. You always hope for a start like this and you always dream about it but you don't count on it."

The Scotland manager, Berti Vogts, believes Rangers are still on course to reach the group stages. FC Copenhagen hold the upper hand in the third qualifying-round tie following the 1-1 first leg draw at Ibrox.

"Only one leg has been played and I think there is a big, big chance for Rangers," Vogts said. "A lot of the Rangers players needed more practice. I think there is a good chance for Rangers to go up into the Champions' League."