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The Sport Matrix: Thursday 28 November 2013

United surge into knockout stages as City struggle to win

Mikail Lustig is powerless to stop AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli having an effort on the Celtic goal

Celtic 0 AC Milan 3: Mikael Lustig laments week in which World Cup and Champions League hopes evaporated

The Swede saw his country crash out of the World Cup play-offs after defeat to Portugal before Milan loss eliminated Celtic from this season's European competitions

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Celtic 0 AC Milan 3 match report: Celtic crash out of Champions League following James Forrest arrest

Celtic crashed out of Europe after a thumping defeat by Milan guaranteed they would finish bottom of their group.

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