Celtic recorded their first ever Champions League away victory on Tuesday night, seeing off Spartak Moscow 3-2 in their second group match.
Georgios Samaras scored the winner in the 90th minute for Neil Lennon's side, with Gary Hooper netting the opening goal in the game.
The Englishman also had a goal disallowed for offside in the first half, while Kris Commons had a strong shout for a penalty before Emmanuel Emenike scored either side of half time to put the Russians in front.
Juan Insaurralde's red card midway through the second half for denying Hooper an obvious goal scoring opportunity changed the game in Celtic's favour.
James Forrest's shot came off Dmitri Kombarov for an own goal 20 minutes from time, before Samaras sealed the win with a header from Emilio Izaguirre's cross from the left as the clock ticked 90.
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