Celtic have been drawn to face FC Copenhagen in the last 32 of the Europa League, with the first-leg set to be played on 20 February before the return fixture seven days later.
The Hoops finished top of Group E following what has been a hugely successful European campaign thus far.
After opening the group stage with a respectable 1-1 draw away to Rennes, Neil Lennon’s men followed that up with four consecutive victories.
First up was a night of revenge against CFR Cluj at Parkhead, with Celtic running out 2-0 victors, before the famous back-to-back wins over Lazio.
The Hoops stunned the Serie A side in Glasgow thanks to a late Christopher Jullien header, which secured the first of the 2-1 wins.
Olivier Ntcham then left it even later in Rome to clinch Celtic’s first win on Italian soil and spark incredible scenes in the Stadio Olimpico.
The 3-1 victory over Rennes on matchday five ensured the Hoops finished top of Group E with one game to spare. The final group game ended in defeat against Cluj as Lennon fielded a heavily rotated squad.
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Celtic have certainly avoided some hugely tough fixtures by drawing Copenhagen, and will no doubt fancy their chances of progressing past the last 32.
The Hoops will play the away tie first, before hosting the Danish side in the second leg.