Celtic’s five-year wait for a Champions League group-stage victory was extended on Wednesday after a 1-1 draw with Shakhtar Donetsk in Warsaw.
Ange Postecoglou’s side took the lead thanks to an own goal from Artem Bondarenko, but Mykhailo Mudry’s impressive campaign continued as he netted the equalizer.
After only 10 minutes, Celtic took the lead when Josip Juranovic’s clearance found Sead Haksabanovic, who teed a pass through to Reo Hatate. His attempted cutback was deflected by Bondarenko, allowing him to squirm past Anatolii Trubin.
However, Shakhtar equalized against the run of play just before the half-hour mark, with Celtic caught off guard as Heorhii Sudakov sent Mudryk clear to smash high past Joe Hart, adding to his goal and two assists against RB Leipzig last week.
Four minutes later, Mudryk set up ex-Bhoys man Marian Shved for the conversion, but the linesman raised his flag because the ball had already crossed the goal line.
Celtic were back on top in the second half, but they squandered a number of chances to take all three points, instead settling for a temporary move off the bottom of Group F.