Celtic come from behind to beat Sarajevo 3-1 in qualifier
The Scottish champions secured a 3-1 win in their Champions League first qualifying clash.
Celtic came from behind to beat Sarajevo 3-1 in the first leg of their Champions League first qualifying round clash.
Mirko Oremus opened the scoring for the home side at the Asim Ferhatovic Hase Stadium after 29 mionutes following a corner.
Celtic were soon back level through a stunning strike from 20-year-old Mikey Johnston six minutes later.
French striker Odsonne Edouard then put the Scottish champions ahead on the 51st minute before substitute Scott Sinclair added a third.
Manager Neil Lennon was pleased with the lead his side are taking into the second leg but insists the tie is still not over.
"To score three goals away from home, no matter the level or stage, at this stage of the season is very promising," said Lennon.
"I am absolutely delighted with the result and performance. It is so early in our preparation but the condition of the players and the quality of the goals in the game was great. It was a terrific team performance."