Rogic & Celtic secure vital Champions League win

Posted October 01, 2017

Ahead of the match, Celtic, domestic title winners for the past six seasons, had only won once in 30 away matches in the Champions League.

After PSG beat Bayern Munich 3-0, the French champion leads Group B with 6 points from two games, while Celtic and Bayern are tied on three, with Anderlecht at the bottom with zero points.

Ntcham, 21, impressed the Hoops supporters on Twitter for the role he played in Leigh Griffiths' goal in the first half when he fed in Kieran Tierney to put a stunning cross in for the Scottish forward. I think, over the past 12 months, you can see the improvement.

'I thought defensively we were exceptional and I thought in spells with the ball we were very good'.

'The overall performance was absolutely outstanding, ' said Rodgers.

"It was great, we had a huge result at the weekend and it was good to bounce back and do it again in the Champions League".

"We get our first goal from a great move".

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Sure, they are a very poor lot by Champions League standards, and they posed little threat to Celtic in Brussels.

If nothing else, the Glasgow club's second-ever away win in the competition - their last was against Spartak Moscow in October 2012 - takes the Scottish champions a long way to ensuring European football after Christmas.

"Now we are playing Anderlecht, it is not like we are playing against the 200 million (euro) player called Neymar but I come from Belgium, I know how big Anderlecht is".

"They could have scored a few more".

Scott Sinclair added shine to the scoreline in stoppage-time, but Rodgers will not underestimate the huge task that still faces his side in attempting to qualify from a group that also includes Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich.

The defender was released in behind by Olivier Ntcham's incisive pass and fed a flawless low cross from the left to the far post, where Griffiths was waiting to tap in the opener.

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