Celtic went down to two late goals against Paris Saint Germain to end their interest in the UEFA Youth League.
It was a familiar story for the young hoops who lost their home matches to Bayern and PSG through stoppage time goals.
Pre-match there was a blow when Mikey Johnston was ruled out through injury while Lewis Bell replaced the suspended Calvin Miller at left-back.
Celtic’s first chance came in the tenth minute when Kerr McInroy burst forward from midfield and shot over the bar from 22 yards out.
PSG had a slight edge in possession but Celtic were rarely stretched at the back and carried a threat when they burst forward on the counter-attack.
The pattern continued through the second half with Broque Watson having Celtic’s best chance in the 70th minute when he powered his way into the penalty box but failed to connect properly with his shot held by the keeper.
In the 78th minute Mibe Soh powered through the Celtic defence, enjoyed the break of the ball then slotted his shot past Ryan Mullen.
Grant Savoury and Thomas Caffrey came on to freshen up Celtic’s attacking options but with five minutes left to play Toufiqui was left unmarked at the back post to put the home side 2-0 up.
CELTIC: Mullen; Duffy, Welsh, Deas, Bell (Church 83); McInroy, Hill; Henderson (Savoury 79), Hendry, Watson (Caffrey 80); Aitchison
SUBS: Willison, Diver, Potter, Johnston