Sport Sergio Aguero receives treatment on a hamstring injury during Manchester City's 5-1 win over Tottenham

The Argentina striker came off injured in the 5-1 win over Tottenham

Messi has scored 84 goals this year, one short of Gerd Müller's world record

Gerd Müller goal record can fall to Lionel Messi tonight

Barcelona forward one away from equalling 40 year old record

Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola

PSG to battle Chelsea for services of former Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola

Big-spending Parisians lining up two times Champions League winner

Singer Rod Stewart was moved to tears by Celtic’s victory

Gerard Pique joins chorus of praise as Celtic fans bring the noise against Barcelona

"We're doing the huddle in the Champions League."

Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster celebrates with manager Neil Lennon

Neil Lennon feared another Barcelona comeback against Celtic

Neil Lennon admits he feared another Barcelona comeback even when Tony Watt fired Celtic into a two-goal lead with just seven minutes remaining at Parkhead last night.

Lionel Messi is denied by Celtic

Celtic's greatest European nights

Celtic's stunning 2-1 victory over Barcelona in Glasgow will rank among the greatest ever nights for the Scottish giants. Here we take a look at some of the other famous European results in the club's history.

Victor Wanyama heads Celtic into a 21st-minute lead
Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola

Former Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola 'wants to take charge of Chelsea'

Pep Guardiola has reportedly told close friends that he favours a move to Chelsea when he makes his return to management.

Brendan Rodgers’ Liverpool sit 14th in the Premier League

Michael Laudrup recalls Nou Camp cauldron ahead of Brendan Rodgers' facing Swansea

Michael Laudrup has told Brendan Rodgers no matter how many jeers he receives from the Swansea support at Anfield, it will pale into insignificance compared to his own experience of facing former club Barcelona as a Real Madrid player.

Mancini loses power as Begiristain becomes new director of football

Roberto Mancini has suffered a major blow to his power base at Manchester City, with Txiki Begiristain's appointment as the club's director of football, reducing the Italian to merely first-team coach.

Roberto Mancini has seen his role at Manchester City reduced after Txiki Begiristain’s appointment

Management reshuffle at Manchester City delivers major blow to Roberto Mancini

Roberto Mancini has suffered a major blow to his power base at Manchester City, with Txiki Begiristain's appointment as the club's director of football effectively reducing the Italian's role to that of first-team coach.

Mancini looks on during the defeat to Ajax

Roberto Mancini under pressure as Manchester City's senior players start to turn

Scepticism at the manager's methods grows after Champions League debacle against Ajax

Neil Lennon's side won praise in Spain for the way they took on Barcelona

Display against Barcelona shows Celtic have finally found their fire on the biggest stage

"We played with fire but we didn't get burned" was how one popular Barcelona paper reacted to their duel with Celtic yesterday – that headline in itself is a measure of how far Neil Lennon's side have come in terms of European competition.

Victor Wanyama (right) is Celtic’s leading scorer in the SPL despite being a defensive midfielder

Victor Wanyama has Celtic history on his back – and wants far more than Lionel Messi's shirt

Talented Kenyan wears No 67 as tribute to the Lisbon Lions and will be no 'tourist' at Nou Camp

Neil Lennon said his side's performance was 'magnificent' and added 'If we play like we did today and if we can impose ourselves on Barcelona then we will be okay.'

Celtic are 'magnificent' before trip to Nou Camp

St Mirren 0 Celtic 5

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Shinji Kagawa learning the short route to goals and glory for Manchester United

Ferguson applies the finishing touches to Japanese midfielder's attacking game

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