Updates from key Champions League clash in Belgium

Rosalie Stanley
October 1, 2017

Kieran Tierney made a lung-busting run and set Leigh Griffiths up for a tap-in. Celtic hadn't ever been able to get through a match without conceding at least one goal.

Former Celtic goalkeeper Pat Bonner has hailed the Bhoys' 3-0 win away at Anderlecht as great for Scottish football. To go away and get a 3-0 victory, play as well as we did after such a big game at the weekend against Rangers at Ibrox, really shows how the players have grown and are believing in themselves at this level.

Although they did not manage to win last season, they put in some spirited displays away from Celtic Park and Rodgers thinks that was important. I think Lenny was the last in 2012 and before that God knows when a Scottish team has won away from home. "That's something I said to the players afterwards that we need to continue to work on because at this level you have to be that little bit more patient also".

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

In the meantime, the Celtic squad have been adjusting to what is, for them, the novelty of a comprehensive success on the road in the Champions League group stage.

"As a team then we were very, very good defensively".

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"Naturally it takes experience, it takes time, and, takes that belief".

Anderlecht's torrid night continued with more poor defending, this time allowing Scott Sinclair to drive into the box and place a finish into the roof of the net for a 3-0 victory. The boys deserve a great amount of credit for the performance.

"But when you come away to a club with a great history like Anderlecht, who got to the quarter-final of the Europa League previous year, then it's a step up".

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.

Rodgers added: "I agree, Olivier didn't make a good start to the game".

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