By Amir Mir
Chris Sutton believes Celtic are still “one or two players short of really doing something” following their 1-1 draw in their Champions League group game at Borussia Monchengladbach.
Striker Moussa Dembele converted a penalty in the second-half, after being fouled by Julian Korb, who was sent-off as the Bhoys kept their Champions League dreams alive.
Forward Lars Stindl had given his side the lead in the first-half, when his volley beat keeper Craig Gordon, but the Scottish Champions drew level after the interval for a deserved point.
Former striker Sutton offered his assessment of the game, as he praised the Hoops for matching their opponents on the night.
“Once again a great response from Celtic,” Sutton wrote on his personal Twitter account. “Toe to toe with Gladbach.”
.@btsportfootball Once again a great response from Celtic. Toe to toe with Gladbach. One or two players short of really doing something IMO?
— Chris Sutton (@chris_sutton73) November 1, 2016
The result in Germany leaves Celtic bottom of group C, with two points from four games and they host Barcelona in Glasgow on November 23.
The La Liga giants top the group with nine points from four games, despite losing 3-1 to Manchester City on Tuesday night, who are on seven points, with Gladbach on four.
Brendan Rodgers side will now turn their attention to domestic matters, as they host Inverness on Saturday afternoon, looking to extend their nine-point lead at the top of the table.
In other Celtic team news, club legend John Hartson expressed his delight on Twitter as the Bhoys picked up a point in Germany.