Thierry Henry: PSG must challenge for the Champions League

Thierry Henry: PSG must challenge for the Champions League

"It was very competitive, trust me", Al-Khelaifi explained to the Telegraph.

"That wasn't what we had spoken about and what we'd anticipated". But we have a courage to play and a courage physically to press and work.

"But I want to move forward step by step, because tomorrow we expect a hard game against very good players ". "He has worked with players like Luis Suarez and Coutinho at Liverpool - and we know his teams like to score goals". They still scored two goals in that period but you have to tip your hat to them.

Tottenham had an impressive victory over Everton at the weekend and we see them using the momentum from that match to finally get a convincing win at Wembley.

The Bhoys manager served as Chelsea's head youth coach between 2004 and 2008, recalling when his current recruitment chief Lee Congerton spotted both players before they had even made their professional debuts in Brazil while serving as the Premier League side's chief scout.

They will face tougher challenges than the one presented at Parkhead, but this performance oozed intent as the French side completely bossed proceedings in Glasgow.

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Celtic felt they should have had a free-kick in the PSG half after Scott Sinclair went down but the visitors took full advantage as Adrian Rabiot's quickly-played ball behind Anthony Ralston found the Brazilian who expertly lifted a shot over Craig Gordon. He said there had to be perspective about the team's aims for the competition and that the players would be learning as the group progresses.

"The second half we kept possession a lot more, the first half just wasn't us".

"We had spoken about it". We have speed, strength and power so it's a great chance to make a good start.

"We have signed Neymar, one of the best players in the world, and with Mbappe we have one of the greatest talents in the world".

"It's unusual that people always talk about Barcelona, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich as the main candidates and little is said of Juve, who are always contenders", he told Italy's La Gazzetta dello Sport. "We are really confident that we can continue on the journey we have set out on, it was good for confidence, it is a good step forward".