Former European champions Celtic will miss out on the Champions League group stage for the third successive season after a dispiriting 2-1 home defeat to Hungary's Ferencvaros.
Neil Lennon's Scottish champions made a dreadful start to their second qualifying round match at an empty Celtic Park on Wednesday when David Siger's dipping long-range shot gave the visitors a seventh-minute lead.
Celtic carved out a host of chances without any joy but appeared to have turned the tie in their favour in the 53rd minute when Ryan Christie's deflected drive looped in.
On a wet Glasgow night the stage seemed set for Celtic to go on and book their place in the final qualifying round but they were stunned when a long ball took out their entire defence and Tokmac Nguen ran through to shoot home from a tight angle.
Ferencvaros advance to a two-legged third qualifying- round tie to try to book a place in the lucrative group stage for the first time since 1995-96.
Celtic will now drop into the Europa League, while those to advance include AZ Alkmaar, Dinamo Zagreb, Maccabi Tel Aviv, Young Boys and Rapid Vienna.