Lazio manager Simone Inzaghi heaped praises on Celtic Park following his Europa League defeat and admitted that the atmosphere in Glasgow was something that will stick with him.

The 43-year-old was feeling the pressure after a discouraging start to the season and losing to Neil Lennon's side did not help matters.

However, Lazio are starting to make a comeback and won 2-1 against Fiorentina, which brought them up to sixth place in Serie A.

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Having some time to reflect on Thursday’s match, Inzaghi has said he was stunned by the atmosphere in Celtic Park and even insisted that his 18-year-old son, Tommaso, attended the game.

He said: "The Celtic game is a match I will be telling my children about for many years.

"In fact, I actually brought my oldest child with me because I knew how good it would be.

"Yes, we lost to Celtic, but they are a quality team who play at a very high pace and to a very good standard. There's nothing to be ashamed of.

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"The important thing was how we responded and you saw how we did that against Fiorentina. To get a win here at such a tough venue was the perfect way to respond to losing in Scotland.

"Again, Ciro Immobile showed why he has scored so many goals. I don't understand why anyone could doubt him. He is a leader for his club and country. And he's only going to get better.

"Now we have got over the disappointment of that defeat to Celtic, we need to use it to push on for the rest of the season."

Lazio face Torino next on Wednesday night.