Celtic crashed out of European football altogether for another season, after they were defeated 2-0 by Lazio in Rome tonight.

Brendan Rodgers' side slumped to another European defeat in Rome as Lazio substitute Ciro Immobile netted twice in three minutes late on to end Celtic's qualification hopes in the Eternal City.

It was win-or-bust for the Scottish champions who remain at the bottom of Group E with just one point from five Group E matches.

To make matters worse for Celtic they were awarded a penalty by referee Halil Umut Meler in added time for a push on substitute Oh Hyeon-gyu. However, the decision was overturned when VAR intervened and sent the referee to the pitchside monitor for another look.

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Meanwhile, Rodgers insists that Celtic will address their problems moving forward.

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The Northern Irishman said: "It's the overall quality. We need to have our very best players available. What makes the difference is that bit of experience and genuine quality. That's something we can hopefully resolve over the next couple of windows.

"This group has gained more experience and shown they can compete in some games - but we need to add quality. That's the glaring thing that stands out. We kept the ball but we needed to progress the game that bit more."

Rodgers' men will bring the curtain down on their disappointing Champions League group stage campaign with a final match against Feyenoord next month.

Join Tony Haggerty and Ryan McGinlay in the post-match reaction video below as they discuss Celtic's Euro exit.