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Celtic served up an absolute treat as they chased down a 2-0 aggregate deficit to Shakhtyor Karaganda.
With the slip-up in Kazakhstan fresh in mind, Celtic Park was rocking as it cheered on the Bhoys to an almighty turnaround. The home side applied constant pressure. On the stroke of half-time, they had a breakthrough courtesy of a wonder strike from Kris Commons.
Shortly after half-time, Georgios Samaras made it two, collecting a deflected shot and firing home unopposed in true poacher's fashion.
Adam Matthews cleared a goal-bound effort off the line on the 60-minute mark. Then Fraser Forster misjudged a cross which looped up onto the bar; it served as a reminder that the tie was level, not tilted in the Scottish champions' favour.
It took until the 90th minute for Neil Lennon's side to find the winner, with Anthony Stokes gliding into the box and laying it on a platter for James Forrest to finish.