Reactions From Both Fans (Rennes vs Celtic)

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Post by The MLS1 on Fri Oct 21, 2011 8:54 am

As the night comes to an end of another Celtic European tie, both sets of fans reflect on the earlier match that took place at the Route de Lorient Stadium in the French city of Rennes.

The match ended in a narrow 1-1 draw with an own goal from Celtic Right Back Cha Du Ri and a header from Joe Ledley saved a point for the bhoys.

At half time both fans were content to an extent in their own way. The fans of Rennes were happy that they went into the interval ahead by one goal.

The Celtic fans though infuriated by the own goal were content of the consistent level maintained throughout the first half.

Fans on the Stade Rennais forum were happy of their lead and portrayed their happiness of the own goal and already had the video uploaded to YouTube, gloaters eh? icon_mrgreen

The fans on HuddleTalk were less happy at the expense of the own goal and ventured their anger at Cha Du Ri but still believed the team could try and hopefully get some sort of result in the second half.

The second half showed a more equal approach by both teams in terms of play and Celtic's Joe Ledley managed to get his head on a cross which fizzed over the keepers head into the right of the goal.

At the end of the match the Stade Rennais forum felt that the result deserved to be a draw but also felt that their team had let them down. The users also believed that their chances of progressing further were at an end with Udinese beating Athletico Madrid 1-0. They believed that their manager would be happy that Rennes were out the Europa league as they can concentrate on their league. The fans of Rennes were particularly impressed by the performance of Victor Wanyama and goalkeeper Fraser Forster.

The HuddleTalk users were happy with the Joe Ledley goal and the fact that Celtic were able to claw back the result in France after going 1-0 down. Faith is still with the team to progress further in the Europa League but know that the work has to be done to get there.
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