There was joy and despair for the Old Firm in the Europa League last night.
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard was all smiles after his side claimed a 3-1 victory over Rapid Vienna.
But the mood was very different in the Celtic camp where manager Brendan Rodgers was critical of his side's defending in their 3-1 defeat at Red Bull Salzburg. James Forrest was sent off as the Hoops let a first-half lead slip and Ulsterman Rodgers admitted: "In the second half we gave away disappointing goals, that was the frustration for us."
After seeing his side storm to the top of Group G, Gerrard said: "That's the Rangers I want to see. I was blown away by my players' performance, we were excellent."
Chelsea beat Hungarian champions Vidi 1-0 while Arsenal recorded a 3-0 victory against Qarabag.