A last-minute goal by Giorgos Samaras gave Celtic their first ever away win in 21 Champions League games here on Tuesday as they defeated 10-man Spartak Moscow 3-2.
Celtic's Gary Hooper (R) heads the ball as Spartak's Moskva goalie Sergei Pesyakov (L) tries to stop him during their UEFA Champions League group G football match at the Luzhniki stadium in Moscow. Celtic won 3-2.
The Greek international headed home to seal a famous win for the Scottish champions - who ended a losing run of 11 successive away Champions League losses since drawing in Barcelona in 2004 - and complete a great second-half comeback.
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