Celtic travel to Denmark on Thursday night to take on FC Copenhagen in the Europa League.

Neil Lennon’s side are aiming to get into the last 16 of the competition for the first time.

The Scottish champions topped their group after impressive performances home and away.


However, some Celtic fans are looking back on former goals at Parkhead to get themselves in the spirit.

Parkhead Champions League goals key to iconic success

The Hoops’ base in Glasgow’s east end was a fortress for several years in European matches.

Henrik Larsson celebrates Celtic goal against Valencia is December 2001. (Photo by Dave Rogers/ALLSPORT)

Many big goals and wins were seen at the old and new Celtic Park after its rebuild.

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However, it took the modern stadium a bit of time before it seen proper success against the continent’s best.

Nevertheless, the atmosphere it creates due to the massive results has put Celtic in or around the top of the table when it comes to iconic clubs and stadiums.

Chris Sutton scoring one of Celtic’s most iconic European goals. (Photo by: Ross Kinnaird/ALLSPORT)

Who can forget Chris Sutton’s volley against Juventus or Tony Watt’s winner against Barcelona?

What about all those Henrik Larsson goals that led Martin O’Neill’s side to the UEFA Cup final in 2003?

Everyone will remember getting to the last 16 of the Champions League three times and qualifying from the Europa League on multiple occasions.

The current season is the Hoops’ 55th in Europe, but just what was the fans’ favourite goal at both ends at Celtic Park?

Some Celtic fans react to European goals on Twitter

A post by @SwedleyPops on Twitter has got fans talking about their favourite moment at either end.

For the purposes of the question, number one is the Jock Stein stand and number two is the Lisbon Lions end.

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