Jordi Alba netted with seconds to spare to give Barcelona a 2-1 win over Celtic in their Champions League group match.
The visitors were under the cosh for the majority of the match, with their more illustrious opponents pinning them back and calling goalkeeper Fraser Forster into action on a handful of occasions.
Yet it was Neil Lennon's side who took the lead at Camp Nou, Georgios Samaras getting a touch on Charlie Mulgrew's free-kick from the right flank. Javier Mascherano got the final touch to divert it past Victor Valdes, but the goal was given to the Greek forward.
With Celtic restricting as much space as possible around their area, their hosts' pressure told shortly before the interval, with Andres Iniesta breaking through to knock the ball past Forster.
Celtic made brief forays forward on the counter in the second half, with James Forrest, on for an injured Samaras, a threat with rare direct runs.
Barcelona though continued to knock on the door and, just when it appeared Celtic had done enough to take a point, Alba stole in at the back post to touch in a cross from deep in the third of four minutes of stoppage time.
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