Atletico Madrid star Jan Oblak has praised Celtic goalkeeper Joe Hart ahead of the two sides facing off in Spain.

It ended 2-2 at Parkhead in the previous Champions League clash between the teams but LaLiga stopper feels it will be a different story in the return fixture.

And Oblak pointed to the fact Celtic cannot really afford to lose another game in the group.

He said: "He said: "The match in Glasgow was rare. We dominated but only got one point. Celtic are a good team, champions of Scotland, so they get maximum respect.

"[Joe] Hart is a top goalkeeper, it's not easy to beat him. Scottish clubs are always difficult to play against in their own stadiums.

"But this match in Madrid will be different. They arrive here with a bit of tension because they can't afford another defeat in the group.

"That might just be perfect for us as it will allow us to play our natural game."

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Meanwhile, Brendan Rodgers was unimpressed by the decision to disallow two Celtic goals against Ross County

The Scottish champions ran out 3-0 winners in the highlands thanks to strikes from David Turnbull,  Luis Palma and James Forrest.

Liam Scales thought he had put the visitors in front in Dingwall but his finish was chopped off after Oh Hyeon-gyu was judged to have fouled a Ross County player in the build-up.

Then South Korea international himself then had a goal disallowed when Daizen Maeda was ruled to be offside before playing in the cross.

And while Rodgers was pleased with his side's performance, he feels they unfairly missed out on a higher scoreline.

Speaking to Sky Sports, he said: "I thought we created a lot of chances and had some goals disallowed that I would need to see again, especially the offside and even the one before that early on.

"You have two guys jumping for the ball and the ball lands and we finish, and it is not given as a goal. I did not see that as a good decision, but the guys kept going and persevering."