A third Celtic fan has been stabbed in Rome.
Late on Wednesday night two fans were stabbed outside an Irish pub but it appears that match day passed without any serious incident.
Despite the pre-match warnings green and white shorts were everywhere around Rome yesterday as travelling fans enjoyed the colour of one of the world’s most famous capital cities.
A third Celtic fan stabbed in Rome. Condition of man, understood to be 20-years-old, is unknown but he’s receiving treatment in a city centre hospital. Two fans were stabbed on Wednesday – one still in hospital.
— Chris McLaughlin (@BBCchrismclaug) November 8, 2019
During the match there was no incidents but afterwards a group of fans were left abandoned by a bus driver when his vehicle broke down just a mile from the stadium.
Around 10,000 Celtic fans were inside the Stadio Olympico to watch a famous win for Neil Lennon’s side with the points sealed by a goal from Olivier Ntcham in the final minute of added time.
Although it was a match to remember it’s unlikely that Celtic fans will be in a rush to return to Rome to see their team in action.