Scott Brown: 'Paris Saint-Germain are a great team'

Celtic trained ahead of their Champions League curtain raiser against Paris Saint-Germain

Celtic trained ahead of their Champions League curtain raiser against Paris Saint-Germain

The last came at the start of this season, after a paramilitary-style flag was flown when Linfield visited Celtic Park for a Champions League qualifier. And here's why? Real Madrid's third Champions League title in four years feels like it is only the beginning, not the end.

Neymar, Kylian Mbappe, Edinson Cavani's double and a Mikel Lustig own goal consigned Celtic to their record home European defeat and propelled PSG to the top of the table on goal difference from Bayern Munich, who they host on match day two. "We have worked really hard to improve things within the team", the Spanish coach said.

Having shone in Ligue 1 so far, Tuesday will be Neymar's first test to shine on a wider stage since joining, with PSG looking to outline their credentials for a real shot at winning the whole competition.

Celtic are set to face a Uefa fine following the incident. Celtic have been charged with a count of "field invasion" and will have their case heard by the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body on October 19, a UEFA statement said.

The Catalan superclub aren't suffering too much on the pitch at the moment, judging from their 5-0 hammering of local rivals Espanyol on Saturday, but they were still very disappointed with their summer business. But are we underrating Barcelona?

With the goal, Neymar has now scored five goals in five games for PSG this season.

Mbappe's goal in the 34th minute of the game makes him the first-ever player to score a Champions League goal as a teenager for two different clubs - PSG and Monaco.

Across town, at Manchester United, Marcus Rashford is another who has all the credentials to become a footballing superstar.

As for the English contingent, well, we have five to choose from.

Despite wreaking havoc amongst the Scottish league last season, another disappointing showing in Europe did little to boost their co-efficient, seeing Brendan Rodgers' men thrust into a nightmare group. "He wants to be a great player and he is going to grow up into that role", Emery said.