NIR BITTON claims the greatest headache for him right now is heading back to Glasgow so right after the frustration at Hampden.
The Israeli belonged to the side that lost 3-2 to Scotland in a legendary game for the Tartan military.
Celtic teammates Callum McGregor and David Turnbull got on the opposing side and also given the poor worldwide break for his nation, Nir appears extremely defeatist.
Speaking to RecordSport, Nir said: “The biggest nightmare for me is to return to Scotland right now.
“I have mixed feelings about the game because I think we played a relatively good match in Glasgow.
“There was an amazing atmosphere and their crowd pushed them to the end.
“I think towards the end of the game, Scotland really pressurised us and once again we lost out to a set-piece right at the end.
“It wasn’t a great outcome.
“Then against Moldova, we also made it hard for ourselves. They even had a man sent off and we still let them score.
“We know we need to do better.”
Nir started the last Celtic video game prior to the national break against Aberdeen. If he gets approval versus Motherwell, the player has to shake off his nations disappointment to see to it he brings his best for the Celtic connection.
The Hoops actually require to get a run of success together to ensure they’re in the discussion come January.
With players en route back from injury, for the first time given that Ange came in, there will certainly be suitable choices for the boss coming off the bench.