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Monday Round-Up: Armstrong Still Aiming For Second Place

Robert Lewandowski to miss Celtic-Bayern game

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Stuart Armstrong, has high hopes for Celtic in the Champions League
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THE BIG STORY: Stuart Armstrong has revealed that Celtic are still aiming to finish in second place in our Champions League Group.

The midfielder has said that ‘Celtic are aiming as high as possible’ and that includes what looks on paper an unlikely win over Bayern Munich at Celtic Park tomorrow night.

Celtic have been handed a boost regarding tomorrow’s game with the news that Bayern’s star striker Robert Lewandowski will miss the game because of a leg injury.

We’ll have news from Brendan Rodgers’ press conference and a match preview of the Bayern game on the site later today.

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Have a read at our latest ‘Letter From America’ with the @NYCeltic here and listen to the latest episode of @GIGPOD here, which features a preview of the Bayern game.

OTHER NEWS: Brendan Rodgers believes that Moussa Dembele has the ‘arrogance and belief’ to become an even better player than he already is.

Talking of Dembele, Leigh Griffiths has stated that he and Dembele are in ‘a fight’ to be Celtic’s main striker.

ON THIS DAY: In 2005 Celtic went top of the league thanks to a topsy turvy 4-2 win over Dundee United at Tannadice, with goals from Hartson, Sutton, Pearson and an own goal winning the points.

In 1993 Lou Macari’s first game as Celtic manager ended with a 2-1 triumph over Rangers at Ibrox thanks to a last minute Brian O’Neil header. John Collins also scored in what was a dreadful day for Rangers goalie Ally Maxwell. Full match highlights are below.