Celtic beat FK Sarajevo 2-1 on Wednesday night as they progressed through to the next round of Champions League qualifiers.

FK Sarajevo scored in the opening minutes, but it was ruled offside. Celtic then scored a goal that stood from Ryan Christie, who found the ball at his feet and dispatched the ball perfectly into the top corner.

The visitors were certainly lucky to end the opening half with all 11 men after two shocking challenges towards the end of the first-half. Celtic then continued their dominance, but were unable to grab a second before halftime.

Celtic conceded after a sloppy giveaway from Boli Bolingoli that was well worked by the visitors and finished clinically by Benjamin Tatar past Scott Bain, who had no chance

Celtic restored the advantage with a strike from beyond the box from Callum Mcgregor in the 76th minute. Two minutes later, Leigh Griffiths was subbed in to make his first competitive appearance since December 5, 2018.

After beating FK Sarajevo by a score of 2-1 Wednesday night and 5-2 on aggregate, Celtic will now prepare for the second round of UEFA Champions League Qualification, where they await Estonian champions Nomme Kalju. The first leg will be home on July 24 with the second leg away on July 30.

Here are four findings from their victory against Sarajevo…