- End of 2nd Half
- 2nd Half
- MbappéLo Celso84'
- Lustig (o.g.)83'
- 1/2 Time
- 1st Half
- Cavani (P)40'
Celtic - Paris Saint-Germain
Champions League - 12 September 2017
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FT: Celtic 0-5 PSG. Neymar, Mbappe and Cavani (2) all scored as PSG's new-look attack showed the rest of Europe they are a force to be feared this term. A Lustig own goal was unfortunate but the hosts were a distant second as they suffered a record European defeat on home turf.
The referee should blow now and end Celtic's misery.
PSG's travelling support in jubilant mood in the corner. This is a real statement of their intent.
Three minutes added.
Verratti sees an attempt well saved by Gordon. PSG still looking for more!
Celtic Park emptying rapidly now.
Just the nine goals for Cavani so far this term. That was a stunningly deft header too. He got superb angle on it.
- GoalEdinson CavaniParis Saint-Germain
GOAL! It's five-star PSG! Cavani peels off his marker and diverts a sublime header into the far corner from a sublime left-wing delivery.
- OffKylian MbappéParis Saint-Germain
- OnGiovani Lo CelsoParis Saint-Germain
PSG CHANGE: Lo Celso on for Mbappe.
- Own-goalMikael LustigCeltic
GOAL! It's four. Draxler dances beyond Sinclair on the right and fires in a low cross that Mikael Lustig inadvertently diverts into his own net.
The story of the match in one photo....
Verratti with a probing ball over the top for the run of Mbappe.. but it's well read and nodded to safety by Simunovic.
CELTIC CHANGE: Forrest on, Roberts off.
Replays showing the official was spot on there too. Why bother at 3-0 up?
- Yellow cardNeymarParis Saint-Germain
Neymar booked for simulation.
This guy could have netted a treble on another day, but he's still been one of the stars of the night.
Mbappe with real pace, skill and awareness. He shows all three and cuts it back for Neymar, who once again fluffs his lines from 10 yards out.
Another chance for the fourth... but Mbappe's shot is blocked by Ralston!
- OffLeigh GriffithsCeltic
- OnOdsonne EdouardCeltic
CELTIC CHANGE: Odsonne Edouard on for Griffiths.
A sublime move from PSG ends with Neymar smashing the cutback from the right over the top. It should have been four.
Celtic playing for a bit of pride, but there's no doubt PSG have taken their foot off the metal.
The resulting corner comes to nothing, but Celtic have given it a decent go since the break.
Sinclair attacks Alves on the left and then races beyond him to the byline. He takes a touch back inside but can't squeeze his shot beyond Areola at the near post.
LATEST: Bayern are 2-0 up now.
Sinclair with a rare charge forward, but his strike takes a nick off a defender and is easy for the keeper.
- OffAdrien RabiotParis Saint-Germain
- OnJulian DraxlerParis Saint-Germain
PSG CHANGE: Rabiot off, Draxler on.
Neymar feeds Mbappe on the right, but the youngster can't stretch enough to dig out the cross. He is human after all...
PSG enjoying a bit of possession as they try to regain their vast first-half superiority.
Celtic have improved since the break - but it's been all about the guys tonight.
Fair play to home crowd, they are in strong voice right now - all this and 3-0 down. Great support, but can Celtic respond?
- Yellow cardAnthony RalstonCeltic
Ralston fired up now. He flies into a bad tackle on Motta and gets booked. He turns to the crowd and shakes his fists. They love that, but he's treading a tightrope from now on.
Ralston surges into the PSG box but can't provide a finish as Areola came out to clear with his feet.
Elsewhere in this group, it's still 1-0 to Bayern.
Applause from Emery as PSG break at speed. Rabiot has a pop from range but sees it flash wide.
Griffiths peels off his marker to meet a diagonal pass but opts to try and guide his header back to a teammate when he could have gone for goal.
- OffStuart ArmstrongCeltic
- OnTom RogicCeltic
CELTIC HT CHANGE: Tomas Rogic on for Armstrong.
- 2nd Half
KICK OFF! Celtic restart the contest.
- End of 1st Half
HT: Celtic 0-3 PSG. Neymar, Mbappe and Cavani were all on target as PSG made their dominance count.
Sinclair almost pulls one back for Celtic with a rising shot from the left of the area that Areola tips over.
Two minutes added.
Liking this graphic.
Celtic look shell-shocked. Rodgers needs to work some magic at the interval or this could get embarrassing.
The best front three in the world in waiting?
A historic goal for Cavani too.
- Goal by penaltyEdinson CavaniParis Saint-Germain
GOAL! Cavani easily sends Gordon the wrong way from the penalty spot and the MCN have all found the net in this first half.
- Yellow cardJozo SimunovicCeltic
PENALTY TO PSG! Simunovic booked for pulling back Cavani.
Celtic need this crowd more than ever now - but PSG look a cut above.
Yes, lovely fake of the 'air' kick...
The MCN making the case as the new MSN?
- GoalKylian MbappéParis Saint-Germain
GOAL! It's two and this time it's Mbappe. The French forward smashes it home after Cavani had missed Neymar's knockdown from Verratti's right-wing cross.
Fine work from Roberts on the right. He surges in from the right, beats two, but then sees his clipped pass forward just evade the run of Sinclair.
Griffiths curves it towards the first man, but it's met by a PSG head. The delivery needs to be better there.
Free kick to Celtic on the right. They have pushed everyone forward.
More lovely football from PSG. It's worked to Cavani who passes up the chance to shoot and instantly regrets it. That looked ominous for a second there.
Celtic caught in two minds at times. If they press forward they leave space at the back, which effectively plays into PSG's hands.
Celtic work it to Kieran Tierney on the left, but he wastes his cross by firing it too close to Areola.
Replay showing there wasn't much in that challenge on Sinclair prior to Neymar's goal.
GREAT SAVE! Griffiths steps up and curls a 35-yard free kick towards the top corner that Alphonse Areola is forced to tip over the bar. Almost an immediate response from the Hoops.
Neymar the nemesis.
Celtic unhappy with the referee as he failed to bring it back for what looked like a foul on Scott Sinclair. PSG broke and Neymar did the rest.
- GoalNeymarParis Saint-Germain
GOAL! PSG lead. Neymar silences Parkhead as he races onto Rabiot's pass and drives into the left of the area before coolly firing home.
Cavani with a drive from distance that Craig Gordon claims at the second attempt.
Celtic's attack-minded players having trouble maintaining concentration as they are constantly forced into defensive positions.
Kurzawa burst free on the left and slides a ball across from Cavani to convert - but he's offside! Let off for the Hoops. Slick stuff from the visitors.
Ralston is getting stuck into Neymar. No stage fright from the teenager, but he has to be careful to avoid giving away too many fouls and picking up an early caution.
STAT: PSG have won five of their last nine away fixtures in the competition, losing three. They are without a clean sheet in six away matches.
LATEST IN GROUP B: Bayern 1-0 Anderlecht.
The resulting corner is dealt with by the French side, who break at speed. Mbappe leads the charge but is well held up in the end.
Armstrong gives the hosts some respite and finds Ntcham. The French U21 star immediately looks to shoot but sees his 25-yarder deflect wide.
Another marauding run and cross from Alves is nodded away by Jozo Simunovic as Cavani lurked once more.
The home side have barely set foot in PSG's half. One-way traffic.
Alves raises his hands towards his head and runs back to his position with a wistful expression after seeing a devilish cross from the right just evade the toe of Cavani. Celtic firmly on the back foot.
DID YOU KNOW? Paris are unbeaten in their six games against Scottish clubs, winning three and drawing the rest. Away from home their record is W1 D2 (via Uefa).
More clever play from the visitors. This time Mbappe gets a sight of goal in a dangerous position, but his shot is well blocked.
It's going to have to be a high tempo, disciplined display from Celtic if they are to have any joy tonight.
Plenty of possession from PSG right from the off as Neymar and then Alves drift inside from the left and right flanks respectively - but Celtic stay focused and eventually clear.
- 1st Half
KICK OFF! PSG get the contest underway following a superb pre-match rendition of YNWA from the home crowd.
Not quite right with the starting line-ups, but you get the idea...
HEAD-TO-HEAD: The only other encounter between the teams was back in the 1995/96 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup second round. PSG easily won 4-0 over two legs as they went on to lift their only European trophy to-date.
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More from Emery on expectation: "The important thing is to see progress, step by step. I know I have a lot of responsibility because I have a lot of good players at my disposal and there are some good teams in the Champions League, and Celtic is one of them. I don't know (if PSG are favourites for the Champions League), but with the players and quality we have we should get close this year."
VIDEO: Rodgers on PSG's qualities
Emery spoke highly of Griffiths in his pre-match press conference but was also keen to highlight the significance of Celtic's home support. He said: "I'm obviously aware there is a great atmosphere here. All the players love to play this type of game. My players are used to playing at this level, in this type of atmosphere. It will be difficult for us to overcome but we aim to try and do that."
The key lines from the teamsheet: Celtic give a CL bow to 18-year-old defender Anthony Ralston as they go with a 4-2-3-1 system. He slots in at right back with Mikael Lustig moving to centre back. Striker Leigh Griffiths has recovered from injury and leads the line. As for PSG, they've gone with their big guns and an attack-minded 4-3-3 formation. The front three of Mbappe, Neymar and Edinson Cavani form the 'MCN' with Marco Verratti back from a domestic suspension. Julian Draxler drops to the bench.
CONFIRMED TEAMS - CELTIC: Gordon; Ralston, Lustig, Simunovic, Tierney; Brown, Ntcham; Armstrong, Roberts, Sinclair; Griffiths... Subs: De Vries, Bitton, Rogic, Edouard, Ajer, McGregor, Forrest. /// PSG: Areola; Alves, Marquinhos, Silva, Kurzawa; Motta, Verratti, Rabiot; Mbappe, Cavani, Neymar... Subs: Trapp, Kimpembe, Moura, Meunier, Yuri, Giovani Lo Celso, Draxler.
Hello and welcome to LIVE updates of Celtic's Champions League Group B clash with big-spending Paris-Saint Germain. Kylian Mbappe, Neymar and Co are in Glasgow as the French side get their latest campaign to win Europe's most-coveted prize underway. There's no doubt their eye-watering summer investment has raised expectation even further for Unai Emery's team, who will be well aware they need to combat a fervent Parkhead atmosphere if they are to get off to a winning start. Kick off 19.45 BST.