Our team drew 2-2 with Celtic in Scotland on Wednesday in the third matchday of the UEFA Champions League group stage, a draw that was the result of our team's visit to Scotland.
The home side took the lead just four minutes into the game, when Kyogo successfully finished off a good attacking combination one-on-one with Oblak, in which the Japanese ended up finding the net after a one-on-one with O'Riley. However, after this early goal, our team went on the attack looking to restore parity as soon as possible, which they achieved in the 25th minute through Griezmann. The Frenchman beat Hart after a penalty kick that had been awarded to Molina, but then in the 28th minute, Palma made it 2-1 thanks to a powerful right-footed shot from the right corner of the box, which hit the post before ending up in the back of the net.
This was the score at half-time, after which our team continued to take the initiative and create dangerous chances. In the 53rd minute, Morata made it 2-2, with a great diving header from a cross by Llorente. Llorente continued to trouble the home defence at all times and in the 76th minute he almost added his second assist of the night, this time to Correa. In the 76th minute, the Argentinian turned on a ball to create a great chance, but Hart cleared with his foot and the score remained unchanged.