Celtic boss Neil Lennon has insisted that his side will ‘take the game’ to Milan on Tuesday evening.
The Rossoneri travel to Glasgow for their crucial Champions League clash tomorrow night, and the Bhoys Coach has claimed that his men are relishing the chance to take on Massimiliano Allegri’s team.
“In the context of the Champions League, it is the game you have to win to have any chance of qualifying,” he told a Press conference.
“It's a great game for the players to be involved in. We've performed very well in the group, apart from the first half in Amsterdam. So I want that to continue tomorrow.
“We'll try to take the game to Milan at every opportunity. I think that's imperative, the fans will want that. How much Milan allows us to do that, it remains to be seen.
“We're playing against a very good side despite what the recent league form has been showing. They may have to prove a point to their supporters, but not to anyone else around the world.
“They've beaten us, they've drawn against Barca, they've drawn away in Amsterdam. Their results have been solid in the group.
“They have a great chance to go through and maybe that'll be the springboard for them.”