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.
Lazio took the lead at the Stadio Olimpico after just seven minutes, with Ciro Immobile being left unmarked to volley into the back of the net.More news: Carrie Fisher's brother reveals Rise of Skywalker's original Leia plan
Scott Brown went agonisingly close as Celtic pressed hard for a second, though Lazio would have moved back ahead if not for Forster's superb stop from a Sergej Milinkovic-Savic header.
A last-gasp Olivier Ntcham goal handed Celtic a ticket to the last-32 knockout stage in the Europa League on Thursday while Munir El Haddadi's hat-trick ensured Sevilla are also through.
Olivier Ntcham's dramatic stoppage-time strike sent the fans insane all over the world, and fans poured their admiration over the player and his celebration as well. Thought they were outstanding in the second half.More news: Woman fired over access to leaked tape of ABC's Amy Robach
With two fixtures remaining Celtic have 10 points with Cluj on nine, Lazio on three and Rennes on one.
Sutton is there to commentate for BT but we all know how much of a Celtic man he is and a big advocate for Scottish football in general.More news: Italy to include climate change on school curricula
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