Everything Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers said to TNT Sports, following his side's 2-0 Champions League defeat to Feyenoord in Rotterdam...

Do you have mixed emotions after that one as you matched Feyenoord for large spells of that game but ultimately you have come away with nothing?

I feel for the players as for 60 minutes it was a very even game. We were playing against a team that was playing very well and scoring many goals. We more than matched them in the first half. We are disappointed with the goals. The players made a decision in the game to adjust the wall and it cost us. We have to take that. I don't mind players making decisions in the game if it can work. Other than that we were still well in the game. I was disappointed with the two sendings off in the second half. When we go to nine men it becomes very difficult. What I will say is that the spirit of the players was brilliant. I said to them afterwards we kept fighting and we kept working and it was always going to be a difficult challenge with nine men. If we get to the last game with Feyenoord at home with everything to play for we will be in with a fantastic chance.

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You talk about the two sendings off was that down to inexperience?

Yes. For the first one, you have just got to shepherd it through to the goalkeeper. You don't need to get into a fight, it is going to come through to Joe (Hart) anyway so that's just inexperience. Odin (Thiago Holm) is a fantastic young player but he is very committed and at any level, particularly in European football you can't go to the ground like that and he made it easy for the referee.