Contrasting reactions to Celtic's Champions League win over Barcelona
Posted: 8 November 2012 Time: 16:54
Celtic manager Neil Lennon refects on his historic win over Barcelona in the Champions League, while Barca midfielder Xavi looks to move on as soon as possible.
Scotland's champions beat the Spaniards 2-1 – only the second time Barca have lost in any competition since April.
Celtic are now on the brink of qualification from Group G.
"This is up there with anything I have done in my life," Lennon said. "As a manager, I don't know if I will top this; I hope I do, because I am still young and am still learning. But this is up there with anything I have achieved, not just in my football career but in my life."
Meanwhile, Xavi says Barcelona must focus on their next Champions League game, a trip to Spartak Moscow in Russia on November 20.
"The important game now is when we go to Moscow," the 32-year-old told reporters.
"You have to be top of the group. We missed the opportunity to do that [against Celtic], but we depend on ourselves.
"We have to go and seek victory in the two remaining games."
Tito Vilanova's side remain top of Group G with nine points, despite their defeat in Scotland.