Celtic's Mikael Lustig, right, and Legia Warsaw's Ondrej Duda battle for the ball during their Champions League qualifying soccer match at Murrayfield, Edinburgh, Wednesday Aug. 6, 2014. (AP Photo/PA, Jeff Holmes)
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Legia Warsaw were thrown out of the Champions League by UEFA Friday after fielding an ineligible player during the second leg of their qualifying tie against Celtic Wednesday.UEFA investigated the matter and awarded Celtic the match with a 3-0 victory, making the aggregate score 4-4 and sending the Scottish champions through on the away goals rule after they lost the first leg 4-1 . The full-back missed both Legia's second qualification round matches against Ireland's St. Patrick's Athletic and the first leg against Celtic.It is the second time Celtic have been reinstated to the competition after opponents were found to have used ineligible players.
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