Celtic boss Ronny Deila felt his side produced a strong display in their Europa League opener on Thursday night.
The Hoops drew 2-2 with Red Bull Salzburg in Austria to kick off their Group D campaign with a point and the performance was welcomed by the manager who believed his players were committed to the cause throughout the contest.
"It was a good result against a very good team. They are a difficult team to play against with their intensity and quick, fit players," said Deila.
"We worked much better as a team today and stood the distance better over the 90 minutes but they deserved the draw in the end.
"They had chances but we had a fantastic goalkeeper today. That's important but I'm pleased with the point and happy with the performance."
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