Champions League: Neymar leads five-star PSG demolition of Celtic

Scott Sinclair believes the Champions League will give him a platform for an England call-up

PSG, who crave the Champions League title, have assembled the most expensive strikeforce in history with Neymar and on-loan Mbappe, who will move permanently for about 180 million euros next year, joining a heady fanfare in the close season.

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"Got the Champions League money and were always short at centre half and didn't recruit [and] that was a mistake". Not only is the Scotland international the captain of the team, but the 32-year-old is also one of the best midfielders in Brendan Rodgers's side.

After four consecutive seasons of reaching the quarter-finals, PSG fell at the round of 16 last season when they capitulated against Barcelona after winning the first leg 4-0. They have also scored in 43 of their last 44 group games, the only exception coming against Benfica in December 2012 (0-0) when Barca were already guaranteed top their group.

"Going forward it is the crowd that gives you that extra wee bit, to get you to keep going.

For me, the thing I said to the players, is that at this level you have to have the belief". "There are so many factors".

Arsenal manager Wenger, speaking to beIN SPORTS, acknowledged his surprise that a global talent in the prime of his career would choose to leave the LaLiga giants. "Ronaldinho is a legend and Neymar is going to be a very famous and big player in the world". To go from that to this is surreal.

Real will be bolstered for the visit of the Cypriot champions in midweek by the return of Cristiano Ronaldo.

Having not replaced Morata, Bale was forced to act as an auxiliary striker against Levante after Benzema went off injured. He is the second Brazilian to have played in 100 games in the competition after Roberto Carlos. The atmosphere this evening was absolutely magnificent. Though the transfers are still under scrutiny with UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin threatening to boot them out if they are found guilty of breaching the Financial Fair Play rules.

However, I can see there being more struggles for Spurs and I think they might well have to come from behind to get something from this game.

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