Celtic striker Moussa Dembele has admitted that reality hit him and the rest of his Celtic teammates hard last night, and has warned his club that they must learn from their mistakes saying, “we knew what to expect”.
The Frenchman gave Celtic a perfect start to the game with a goal after only 57 seconds, but the French league leaders woke up soon after this and cruised to a 7-1 victory.
The likes of Cavani and Neymar had a field day, as Celtic were unable to cope with one of the current form teams in Europe.
Talking to L’Equipe, the striker admitted that PSG were far too good on the night.
He said: “I scored, it was good, for two minutes it was good. But after the reality came back at a gallop.
“We must learn from our mistakes. We knew what to expect.”
Dembele’s goal was his first in the Champions League this season following an injury plagued start to the season.
He scored three in the competition last season.
The Hoops return to domestic competition this Sunday, taking on Motherwell in the final of the Betfred Cup at Hampden Park.
Dembele will be looking to add to his tally of seven goals this season in the game.
The Frenchman scored twice in the semi-final against Hibs and also scored in last year’s final against Aberdeen.
In other Celtic news, Brendan Rodgers has admitted that Celtic will have to learn from last night’s defeat