Celtic have been given a Champions League reprieve.
They have been reinstated into the competition after UEFA expelled Legia Warsaw for fielding an ineligible player.
The Polish Champions beat Celtic 6-1 on aggregate in their third qualifying round.
But they brought on Bartosz Bereszynski in the closing stages of their second leg 2-nil win at Murrayfield on Wednesday, when he was supposed to be suspended.
The defender was sent off against Apollon in the final match of Legia's Europa League campaign last season but had not been registered for the previous round win against St Patrick’s Athletic to allow his suspension to take effect.
As a result Celtic have been handed a 3-0 'walkover' win for the second leg- a result which takes them through on away goals.