Price per Head Sportsbooks: Brown acknowledges his mistake after being sent off

Scott BrownScott Brown, Celtic captain, acknowledged his mistake after being sent off on Tuesday against Barcelona, and price per head sportsbooks are glad that he did.

Price per head sportsbooks saw that a minute before the hour mark the player was shown a red card in the UEFA Champions League tie, after he kicked Barcelona forward Neymar.

Cesc Fabregas got the winning goal 17 minutes after he was sent off, which moved Barca to the top of Group H, and Brown admitted that the red card left his side with a difficult task ahead.

“I realise that I made a mistake in getting sent off,” he said. “It’s something that happened in the heat of the moment but I shouldn’t have acted in this way,” he told Celtic’s official website.

“I still think it was a harsh decision. However, I recognise that I made a mistake and put myself and my team-mates in a difficult position. I need to live with that and there is no-one more disappointed than me about losing the match.

“There wasn’t a huge amount of contact at all, to be honest, but I have to accept responsibility for my actions – and I do.”

Pay per head services know that the loss sees Celtic sit at the bottom of the group, having been defeated in their European opener 2-0 by Milan.

But the midfielder and price per head sportsbooks following the club believe that his team-mates deserved to get more from the game, and are confident that the squad will be able to qualify for the knockout stages.

“It was another fantastic performance from the lads after the Milan game, and although we’ve still to pick up a point from this group, we’ve shown we can compete against some of the best sides in Europe,” he continued.

“We have four games to go in this group and everyone in the squad firmly believes that we can still qualify, and we are determined to get our first points on the board against Ajax in two weeks’ time.

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“The team deserved to get something out of the game after playing so brilliantly and putting in so much effort against one of the best sides in the world.”