Barcelona's Henrik Larsson admitted he found it hard to celebrate his goal in the 3-1 Champion's League win over former club Celtic.
"There were mixed feelings," said Larsson. "I have had seven great years here but I know what I have to do now. I'm a Barcelona player.
"It felt good but it was very difficult to celebrate when I had such a great time here.
"But I'm happy we got the three points. It was a good result for us."
Larsson scored the final goal of the evening, intercepting a headed back-pass from Alan Thompson to round David Marshall.
"I saw Alan Thompson head the ball back and I just gambled," he added.
"Celtic will always have a big place in my heart but life goes on. You have to do what you have to do."