Celtic gaffer Neil Lennon has praised the mentality of his squad and ‘excellent’ performance, from his squad when the beat Riga.
The Celts, scrapped by thanks to a last minute winner by Elyounoussi, before that Celtic failed to find a way to get the ball in the back of the net.
Despite, the difficult match, Lennon managed to find take aways from the performance, he said: “I thought we were very good. We had to wait a long time for the goal. Sometimes that happens in football.
“I thought we were excellent and our mentality was good. We missed a couple of really good chances to make life a little bit easier for us.
“Moi’s come up with a great goal and I’m delighted with the performance. It’s not easy playing away from home but it was a good performance and a very important win.
“It takes two teams to make a game watchable and Riga set out their intentions from very early on.
“Frimpong was superb second half. He’s put two beautiful crosses in and we should have scored off both of them.
“Then he comes up with another really good one. Albian makes a good run across the defender and a fantastic finish by Moi.
“Moi’s been out of the team for a few games and hasn’t been at his best but he’s trained brilliantly and he sets a great example for the rest of the squad.
“He comes up with a really important goal and I couldn’t be happier for him.
“Jerry Frimpong is starting to look more like himself. He’s got a proper pair of boots on and he looks more comfortable.
“He gave us that verve and that impetus going forward. We looked strong at the back, strong in midfield with good fitness levels.
“It’s a difficult place whether there are fans or not.
“Copenhagen lost here last year so we were very wary of how difficult the game was going to be but I think we’ve handled it very well.”