Celtic manager Neil Lennon confessed the big difference with Juventus was “quality and class” after a 5-0 aggregate defeat.
The Hoops created numerous chances in both legs, but failed to get the better of Gigi Buffon.
“Quality counts at the end of the day. Our build up play was good but our finishing let us down. If it was 1-1, who knows what would have happened,” he said of the 2-0 defeat in Turin, 5-0 on aggregate. 
“On the night, was it a fair result? Class tells in the end. I hope the players have learned a lot and move on with their careers. I am very proud to be manager in this arena, and hope the young guys blossom from this experience.”