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Celtic easily beats Anderlecht 3-0 in Champions League

01 October 2017

But of course, you come into the Champions League; I think people recognise this is a good side that is developing well but you come away to a club with a great history like Anderlecht, who got to the quarter-finals of the Europa League previous year, and to come and play to that level, to be as convincing as that, I think of course people recognise that as: "'Actually, they are a very good team'".

The Belgians have been in a bit of turmoil recently and have recently sacked their manager, however the Bhoys' less than stellar away record on their travels in Europe meant that a positive result was by no means a foregone conclusion.

Leigh Griffiths gave Celtic a first-half lead in the 38th minute courtesy of a touch of class from Kieran Tierney.

However, Rodgers played down the suggestion Celtic were now favourites to finish third in the group and secure European football in the New Year.

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Five minutes into the second half, Celtic scored again when a cross by Patrick Roberts came off Anderlecht defender Kara Mbodji into the net, before Scott Sinclair made it 3-0 with a thumping shot in the final seconds.

Brendan Rodgers believes the roots of Celtic's long-awaited away win in the Champions League were planted previous year.

Despite Celtic being strong domestically, their Champions League form has been poor and they were defeated 5-0 by PSG two weeks ago.

While Brendan Rodgers' side are ruling the roost at home, they haven't always had the best of luck on the continent.

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"You can see we are growing at this level, the three goals were fantastic and the boys deserve a huge amount of credit because it was a great performance, especially on the back of a tough game at the weekend".

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

"We can be better".

'I thought defensively we were exceptional and I thought in spells with the ball we were very good'. "There is no easy opponent in the Champions League".

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Celtic easily beats Anderlecht 3-0 in Champions League