Celtic have been slapped with yet another UEFA fine following their Europa League win over Jablonec.
The former Scottish Premiership champions have been forced to fork out €7,000 after supporters let off fireworks and entered the field of play against the Czech outfit.
Ange Postecoglou’s side won the first leg 4-2 before cruising to a 3-0 victory at Celtic Park on 12 August.
A David Turnbull double before James Forrest’ strike ensured a play-off round encounter against AZ Alkmaar.
But it’s come at a financial cost after the European football governing body issued a financial penalty for fan behaviour.
Their control, ethics and disciplinary body have imposed a €5000 fine for the invasion topped up with a €2000 fine for setting off fireworks.
Celtic have been fined before due to displaying certain flags and banners as well as using pyrotechnics.
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As of November 2019, over €500,000 had been handed over to the beaks in Nyon according to former chief executive Peter Lawwell, who banned supporters group the Green Brigade from attending a European meeting with Rennes.
The club has now been fined by UEFA more than 20 times since 2007.
A draw against AZ Alkmaar tomorrow night will see them through to the group stages of the Europa League.