Celtic out of Europe but Rodgers says progress is being made from earlier in season

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Celtic Park won't be hosting any more Champions League games this year

Man City and Arsenal meanwhile are through to the knockout stage

Celtic are out of Europe all together after losing 2-nil at home to Barcelona in the Champions League.

They sit bottom of Group C with two points from five games, and can no longer finish third to qualify for the Europa League.

But manager Brendan Rodgers sees progress from losing 7-nil against Barca back in September.

Man City are through to the knockout stages after drawing 1-all at Borussia Monchengladbach.

They'll finish second in their group - which means potentially tougher opponents in the next round.

Arsenal were knocked off the top of Group A- drawing 2-2 with Paris Saint-Germain.

It's their third game without a win.

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