Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon has admitted that Celtic face a huge task in trying to get a result against PSG in Paris tonight.
The sides meet in the Champions League only three months after the French league leaders demolished Celtic 5-0 at Celtic Park.
Despite Celtic currently breaking-records in Scotland, the Scottish international feels that PSG are in a different league to the kind of opponents Celtic usually face.
“It would be enormous if we could get a result. PSG have not even been losing goals so it’s difficult for anyone to come here and think about getting a win, never mind a draw, but we’ll give ourselves a chance,” he told Celtic’s official website.
“We want to try and stay in the game for as long as possible and we’ll look to get a good start to the game. That’s what we’ll concentrate on trying to do. If we can do that and frustrate them for a while, then we give ourselves a possibility later in the game.”
The Hoops are currently in pole position to clinch European football after Christmas, as they currently sit three points ahead of Anderlecht who face Bayern Munich tonight.
Celtic face another huge game this weekend, as they take Motherwell in Sunday’s Betfred Cup Final at Hampden Park.
In other Celtic news, Brendan Rodgers has revealed why Moussa Dembele joined the club