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Summary

  1. FT: Bayern Munich 3-0 Celtic (Muller, Kimmich, Hummels)
  2. Celtic never won away to a Bundesliga club
  3. Heynckes coaches first Euro game since winning 2013 final
  4. FT: Anderlecht 0-4 Paris St-Germain (Mbappe, Cavani, Neymar, Di Maria)

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By Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good night

    FT: Bayern Munich 3-0 Celtic

    That's all from me on a sobering night for the Scottish champions. Bayern Munich were light years better and Celtic just couldn't live with their pace and intensity.

    The visitors contributed to their own downfall with some sloppy defending for the goals and were just too meek in the first 45 minutes.

    Can they make amends with a stirring show against the same opponents in Glasgow at the end of the month?

    As many predicted before a ball was kicked, it looks like a straight fight with Anderlecht for third place and a Europa League spot. Celtic are in the driving seat there after their win in Brussels, so it's not all doom and gloom.

    Joshua Kimmich nodded in a great goal for Bayern's second
  2. 'I'd rather lose playing how we want to play'

    FT: Bayern Munich 3-0 Celtic

    Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers won't be going for a 4-6-0 formation any time soon by the sounds of things in his post-match media conference.

    "I think we decide how we play," he says. "There was nothing about being pragmatic for the goals that we conceded. We didn’t defend our box well enough from the crosses coming in and we can do better with those.

    "I’d rather lose a game playing how we want to play and how we want to work as opposed to sitting in and defending for 90 minutes and still lose if that’s the case. Myself and my staff and the players, we had a plan going into the game. There was lots of positives for us and something for us to look forward to for the second game against them at Celtic Park."

  3. Quick turnaround for Celtic

    FT: Bayern Munich 3-0 Celtic

    Celtic can't afford to feel sorry for themselves after this harsh lesson in Munich because they have a big game coming up on Saturday.

    He's had a grumble about the scheduling but Brendan Rodgers must now lift his squad for a lunchtime kick off with Hibs at Hampden in the League Cup semi-final.

    Those two played out a cracking 2-2 draw in the league last month.

    Will Celtic, the trophy holders, take their unbeaten domestic run to 60 games at the weekend?

  4. Rodgers disappointed with goals

    FT: Bayern Munich 3-0 Celtic

    Speaking to BT Sports, Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers said: "Disappointed with the goals. There were lots of moments in the game when we looked comfortable. At times when we went into their half we looked very good.

    "Lots of the game I was really pleased with.

    "Once they get the first goal it gives them the confidence. In the goals we could have been better than we were.

    "The guys gave an honest performance and I was happy with that. We have to respect where we are in terms of the players we're playing against. Hopefully at home we can be better, create our chances and take them."

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers
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    Jospeh Schiavone: Bayern a far better team. Fact. But in the end it's all about gathering the cash for 10 in a row.

    Colin Hunter: Celtic not up to this level... long way to go.

    Graeme Buxton: No shame in that. Many great teams get beat by even more.

  6. 'It's mentally tough'

    FT: Bayern Munich 3-0 Celtic

    "We were a little bit unlucky the way we’ve managed to try and keep the ball but they’re a quality side and that’s what happens when you come over here at times," Celtic captain Scott Brown tells BT Sport.

    "We tried to put them under pressure. We tried to play our own game. We had to try and keep the ball and create chances and we had a couple of chances that we were a little bit unlucky with, especially in the second half.

    "It’s mentally tough but you have to keep working hard. You’ve got to keep compact. We can’t give up because it could be seven, eight, nine - nothing if we do.

    "The possession wasn’t maybe as good as it could have been but we’ve tried to play our game and that’s what you have to do in the Champions League and that’s why we try to get better every season as it goes on and that's what the manager wants us to do."

    Celtic captain Scott Brown battles with Thomas Muller.
    Image caption: Celtic captain Scott Brown battles with Thomas Muller.
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    !K3 4N3KW3: Celtic are usually, if not always, outclassed by teams outside Scotland.

    Johnjo Kenny: Different footballing planets. Bayern Munich dominate their league too (usually). Good second half performance from Celtic.

    Adam Oliver: Tbf to Celtic they did well keeping it down to 3 so fair play

  8. Post update

    FT: Bayern Munich 3-0 Celtic

    Brendan Rodgers talked about a "positive mindset" and scoring goals away from home in yesterday's media conference but is that the right approach?

    Losing Jozo Simunovic to injury is unfortunate and the Celtic manager's defensive options were limited but was the team set up properly? Would a stuffy 5-4-1 have made any difference?

  9. Home comfort for Bayern

    FT: Bayern Munich 3-0 Celtic

    Bayern Munich boast a formidable record on their own patch. That's 11 consecutive victories in Champions League group games since a 3-2 defeat by Manchester City in December 2013.

    Tonight's result was never in doubt, with Celtic fortunate not to be behind before Thomas Muller made the breakthrough on 17 minutes.

  10. Post update

    FT: Bayern Munich 3-0 Celtic

    Here's how things stand at the halfway stage...

    Group B table
  11. Post update

    FT: Bayern Munich 3-0 Celtic

    As Pat points out, Celtic face Bayern again in a fortnight, with Jupp Heynckes bringing his star-studded squad to Glasgow on 31 October.

  12. 'Celtic need a better plan'

    FT: Bayern Munich 3-0 Celtic

    Pat Bonner

    Former Celtic goalkeeper on BBC Sportsound

    There probably should have been more goals for Bayern Munich for the amount of possession and chances that they’ve had. Celtic will happy to get out of it with 3-0. They made a couple of chances late on in this game which will give them a little bit of confidence maybe for the return, but they’ve got to come up with some better plan than what they had tonight. They’ve got to defend better but they’ve also got to have some sort of plan that when they have the ball they just can’t keep giving it away when they’re under pressure.

  13. PSG add a late fourth

    FT: Bayern Munich 3-0 Celtic

    Angel Di Maria rounds off a good night for Group B leaders Paris St-Germain as they see off Anderlecht 4-0 to maintain their 100% record.

  14. FULL-TIME Bayern Munich 3-0 Celtic

    The final whistle puts Celtic out of their misery on another chastening night in Europe. The visitors might have got a goal back as Bayern took their foot off the pedal late on and left a few gaps at the back but it was a very one-sided contest.

    Thomas Muller and Joshua Kimmich scored in the first half, with Mat Hummels adding a simple header from a corner.

  15. GREAT SAVE!

    Bayern Munich 3-0 Celtic

    Craig Gordon has been kept very busy this evening and the Celtic keeper saves his best for last as he somehow keeps out a powerful header from Thomas Muller.

  16. Post update

    Bayern Munich 3-0 Celtic

    Three minutes of stoppage-time signalled as Celtic prepare to take a corner. Moussa Dembele gets something on it and Scott Brown, one of several offside players, can only touch it on to the post from three yards.

  17. CLOSE!

    Bayern Munich 3-0 Celtic

    Bayern have been a bit slack over the past five minutes or so but Arturo Vidal sparks the hosts back into life with a fizzing striker that flashes just wide.

    The Chile international then hammers a shot straight at Craig Gordon from a ball over the top. He really should be scoring from there; just near the penalty spot.

  18. DISALLOWED GOAL

    Bayern Munich 3-0 Celtic

    Scott Sinclair curls a cracker into the far corner but it doesn't count since he was a fraction offside as he gathers a scuffed pass from Moussa Dembele.

  19. Lessons to be learned

    Bayern Munich 3-0 Celtic

    Pat Bonner

    Former Celtic goalkeeper on BBC Sportsound

    Lots of lessons to be learned again tonight. Simple lessons. Defending lessons. You’ve got to really do something about the defending side of the game. We know that they can play but when you can’t defend, up against a really good team, you’ll lose goals and they'll create chances off of it.

    Celtic have conceded eight goals so far in this season's Champions League.
    Image caption: Celtic have conceded eight goals so far in this season's Champions League.
  20. Post update

    Bayern Munich 3-0 Celtic

    Celtic sub James Forrest gets his head down and powers forward to hammer in a rising, angled shot that Sven Ulreich pushes away as he guards his near post.