Celtic captain Scott Brown has said their draw with Manchester City was up there with the great European nights at Celtic Park.
The Glasgow side drew 3-3 with their oil-rich opponents, having led the tie on three occasions.
Speaking afterwards, Brown said that drawing with an in-form City side is "right up there" with some of the historic nights witnessed in Glasgow.
"I think when teams come here anything can happen," the Scottish midfielder said.
"We’ve done it in the past and hopefully do it more often here."
Brown praised the battling nature of his performance, saying "We've defended well, we've had to dig deep late in the game yet again.
"They've created chances, we've created chances but it was an exciting game for everyone."
Brown also praised his goalkeeper after Craig Gordon produced a number of fine saves to ensure Celtic got a share of the spoils.
"Craig has been exceptional in goals yet again, he kept us in the game and when you need big characters to step up he.s done that," Brown said.