By Dominic Toner
Celtic midfielder Scott Sinclair revealed his disappointment on Instagram after the Champions League on Tuesday.
The 27-year-old played 90 minutes against Borussia Monchengladbach, but failed to add to his goal tally for the season.
The Bhoys earned a 1-1 draw against Gladbach in the Champions League group stages, but still face an uphill battle to remain in Europe.
Lars Stindl scored the opener in the first-half for the host after converting a cross from Thorgan Hazard, but Moussa Dembele earned a point by converting a penalty after the break.
The result leaves Celtic bottom of their group and will need at least one win against Barcelona or Manchester City in their remaining games to stay in Europe.
Brendan Rodgers’ side may now be targeting an unlikely third-placed finish in the group, which would drop them down into the Europa League.
Sinclair admits that his team should have won the game after their efforts.
“Thought we could of got more from the game yesterday but the team did well , thanks to all the travelling fans,” Sinclair wrote on his official Instagram account.
Celtic signed Sinclair in the summer transfer window for £3million and he left Aston Villa to experience his first taste of Scottish football.
The Englishman has endured a difficult career to date and failed to settle at clubs such as Manchester City, Aston Villa and Chelsea as a youngster.
Sinclair did enjoy a prolific spell with Swansea and the winger has begun to recreate his best form once again in Scotland.
He has started very strongly at Celtic Park, scoring nine goals and supplying three assists in his first 19 games.