CELTIC have been charged by UEFA in the wake of last week's 2-0 win over Cluj after some supporters set off fireworks duirng the Europa League fixture.

European football's governing body have opened disciplinary proceedings with the Parkhead club, who have been charged with being in breach of Article 16 (2) - "setting off of fireworks".

The case will be discussed by UEFA on October 17, a week before Celtic's next Europa League match against Italian side Lazio.

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The win last week sent Celtic top of Group E ahead of their visit to Rome later this month, where the hosts may be ordered to close a section of the Stadio Olimpico following allegations of racist chanting toward their opponents Rennes in Lazio's previous Europa League fixture.