Round-up of what bruised Italian media are saying after glorious Celtic victory

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Celtic won 2-1 at Lazio with nearly the last kick of the game as Frenchman Ntcham elegantly chipped the ball over the oncoming goalkeeper Thomas Strakosha deep in stoppage time for the Scottish side's' first-ever victory on Italian soil.

The 23-year-old substitute latched onto his compatriot Odsonne Edouard's pass in the fifth minute of added time and dinked a cool finish over onrushing Lazio goalkeeper Thomas Strakosha. The home side took a seventh-minute lead through Ciro Immobile before pushing for more.

As both sides went for the victor Ntcham latched on to an Odsonne Edouard pass in the fifth of five added minutes and dinked the ball over goalkeeper Thomas Strakosha to guarantee Celtic a place in the last-32 of the Europa League with two Group E fixtures remaining.

Basle are also into the next stage where the top two in each of the 12 Europa League groups are joined by eight teams dropping out of the Champions League.

Manchester United, Roma and Porto were in action later Thursday.

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Well, well, well... After a week of apparent confidence from the Italian media ahead of the Lazio-Celtic clash in the Europa League, things have gone rather quiet on Friday. But crucially, they are now seven points clear of third-placed Lazio with just two games to go, meaning that they have secured progression from the group.

Two Celtic followers have been stabbed by Lazio supporters and hospitalized forward of the teams' Europa League match.

It was Celtic's first win in Italy in 13 attempts and kept them top of Group E with a guarantee of European football after Christmas.

There were wins too for Basel, Krasnodar, Sporting Lisbon and Austrian side LASK Linz.

Lennon's men were backed by a support of around 9,000 in the Stadio Olimpico (Daily Record) and the Hoops faithful made themselves heard from start to finish in a tasty atmosphere.