Round-up of what bruised Italian media are saying after glorious Celtic victory

Celtic manager Neil Lennon taking the acclaim of the crowd

Manchester United, Celtic, and Sevilla all reached the knockout stages of the Europa League on Thursday, with Espanyol joining them thanks to a 6-0 rout of nine-man Ludogorets.

The Europa League match between Italian club Lazio and Scotland's Celtic in Rome's Stadio Olimpico was decided by French midfielder Olivier Ntcham's 95th-minute victor in favor of the Scottish team in a game that finished 2-1.

One end of Lazio's stadium will be closed for the match as punishment by UEFA for racist incidents at a previous game against Rennes.

The Celtic boss hopes Australia midfielder Tom Rogic will be fit enough to play following a knee problem, but defender Hatem Abd Elhamed is a major doubt having suffered an injury in Thursday's 2-1 win over Lazio.

Anthony Martial doubled the advantage after the half-hour mark with a brilliant individual goal, before Marcus Rashford lashed home the third four minutes after the interval.

Basel also advanced by beating Getafe 2-1 at home, and Sevilla won 5-2 at Luxembourg champion Dudelange.

The 23-year-old substitute latched onto his compatriot Odsonne Edouard's pass in the fifth minute of added time and dinked a cool finish over onrushing Lazio goalkeeper Thomas Strakosha.

Basle's Fabian Frei scored the victor on the hour mark for the Swiss outfit as they beat visiting Getafe 2-1 to go four points clear in Group C and guarantee a top-two finish.

It was Celtic's first win in Italy in 13 attempts and kept them top of Group E with a guarantee of European football after Christmas.

Once again, Ciro Immobile put the Aquile in front, but they managed to lose 2-1.

Lennon's men were backed by a support of around 9,000 in the Stadio Olimpico (Daily Record) and the Hoops faithful made themselves heard from start to finish in a tasty atmosphere.