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This Is Next Level Pressure – Celtic Star On Red Bull Salzburg Meeting


Celtic full-back Kieran Tierney feels the Hoops have to deal with "next level pressure" when they take on Red Bull Salzburg in a crunch Europa League group game on Thursday.

The Scottish side have won their last two games in Group B and are in a good position to qualify ahead of German side RB Leipzig who sit third, three points behind Celtic.

Brendan Rodgers’ side need just a point against Salzburg to progress to the next round, but considering the Austrian outfit have won all their five games in the group so far, Celtic will have to be at the top of their game.

Tierney, who was rested in Celtic’s 5-1 win against Kilmarnock, has explained that there will be a lot of pressure on the hosts and they need to deal with it just like they did against RB Leipzig.

“It’ll be massive for us. The Leipzig game was massive as well”, Tierney told Celtic TV.

“We had pressure on us in that game and we dealt with it, and this is next level pressure as well because there is a place at stake for the next round.

“But we’ll be looking forward to it.”

Celtic are in good form, having returned to the top of the Scottish Premiership table with a commanding win against Kilmarnock on Saturday and will hope to seal qualification into the round of 32 come Thursday night.