Parkhead, in the east end of Glasgow. One of football's most famous venues. Known for its crowds, its incredible voice and its intimidating atmosphere. And regarded as the sort of place at which you don't want to be the visiting team, especially on one of the big European nights. A night like this one.
Problem is, no one told Juventus. The Old Lady of Turin met the green half of the Old Firm in what was billed as the romance tie of the round. Celtic were the minnows, there against all odds. But the Hoops had enough about them to cause Antonio Conte's men problems. Or so we thought.
There was plenty to admire in Celtic's performance. The tempo remained high throughout, the players were not overawed by the opposition and they admirably did not park the proverbial bus in an attempt to stifle Juve. But in the end, there was nothing they could do to stop the Bianconeri onslaught.
So what are the key points to take from the game? Read on to find out.