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Celtic haven't let their heads drop in Slovenia and go close to retaking the lead through stand-in captain Charlie Mulgrew. The midfielder did well to direct his back-post header goalwards, but Zeljko Filipovic was there to nod it away from danger underneath his own crossbar.
GOAL! STANDARD LIEGE 0 ZENIT 1 (SHATOV)
No chance to breath tonight, with goals flying in everywhere. 2012-13 quarter-finalists APOEL will have to come from behind in Denmark while Russian moneybags Zenit lead in Belgium.
It's been a breathless opening 15 minutes in Slovenia, and the hosts are level after Celtic's defence was split open and Damjan Bohar had the relatively simple task of sliding a finish past Craig Gordon.
Well that lasted long...
The Scottish champions couldn't have asked for a better start, with Callum McGregor in the right place to slot into an empty net after Jo Inge Berget's angled shot was saved by Jasmin Handanovic.
Great start for Ronny Deila's men in Slovenia...
Celtic, despite playing a 4-5-1 formation, certainly aren't sitting back in the early stages, with lone striker Anthony Stokes already looking to get involved and work the whole of the Maribor defence.
We're underway across Europe. You can't qualify for the group stage tonight, but you can all but miss out on your chance of making it. A big 90 minutes lies ahead...
As well as this here blog, we also have LIVE commentary on tonight's action in Maribor...
LIVE: Maribor v Celtic
Official: Rojo completes Manchester United move
One team who won't be playing in the Champions League this year are Manchester United, but that hasn't stopped them making the headlines this evening. Marcos Rojo has signed a five-year deal at Old Trafford having left Sporting Lisbon, with Nani going in the opposite direction on loan.
Tiote would certainly be used to the cold climate in Russia having played in the North East for four years...
Lokomotiv Moscow eye up Tiote
Maribor have also announced their line-up ahead of kick-off...
Maribor: Handanovic; Stojanovic, Rajcevic, Suler, Viler; Vrsic, Filipovic, Dervisevic, Bohar; Tavares, Ibraimi.
Subs: Arghus, Cotman, Mejac, Mendy, Mertelj, Sallalich, Zahovic.
A bit of line-up news from one of this evening's other matches is that new Liverpool signing Divock Origi starts for Lille having been sent back to the French club on loan. The Ligue 1 side face Porto this evening in one of the playoffs' standout ties. I'm sure Brendan Rodgers is rooting for the French side so his new acquisition can get some valuable Champions League experience.
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