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Getting Something Against Man City Would Be Fitting of Celtic Improvement Says Bhoys Legend


Former Celtic star Tom Boyd thinks it would be fitting if the Hoops concluded their Champions League campaign for the season with a positive record against Manchester City tonight.

The Scottish champions, who have no chance of qualifying for the next round of the Champions League or finishing third in Group C, are yet to record a win in the group stage of the continental competition.

Celtic started their Group C adventure with a 7-0 loss to Barcelona before improving their performance in the Champions League and drawing against Manchester City and Borussia Monchengladbach.

And Boyd is of the opinion it would be nice if the Bhoys ended their European campaign by going out on a high against the Citizens at the Etihad Stadium.


However, the 51-year-old was quick to add that it will not be an easy contest against Manchester City, who will be heading into the game on the back of a disappointing 3-1 loss to Chelsea in the Premier League at the weekend.

“That would be nice, that would be fitting of how we seemed to have improved”, Boyd told Celtic TV, when asked if the Hoops would want to go out on a high.

“It will be obviously difficult against Manchester City. I would imagine they would make a few changes, I’m not sure who they played at the weekend.

“They had a big one at the weekend which they lost. So they will want to come back. They will make a few changes, just to give the other players some gametime in a competitive game.

“It will be very competitive because we will be giving our everything.”

Celtic held Manchester City to a 3-3 draw at Paradise in the corresponding fixture in late September.