Celtic got the advantage in Denmark as the Glasgow side left Copenhagen with a 1-1 draw and that vital away goal to take back to Celtic Park.
Lennon’s men could have easily finished the game off in the first half as Celtic had many chances to score goals.
However, by not taking their chances they allowed Copenhagen to level and start to break the Scottish Champions down in the second half of the game.
Luckily Celtic’s good-luck charm Fraser Forster saved Copenhagen’s penalty attempt that was conceded by Christie’s hand.
Solbakken was understandably left wondering what might have been.
“Jens Stage scored on penalties for the reserve team last Monday in front of 64 spectators. There, he was bomb-proof, but today was a slightly different backdrop,” a former Wolves coach admitted.
“He was read by (Forster), but it was no bad penalty. It was a good rescue.”
“We played a top European match in the second half and, in the last 25 minutes, the Celtic players did nothing but look at the clock.”