Moussa Dembele is already looking ahead to the next game after Celtic’s 7-1 defeat to PSG, after admitting that Celtic just couldn’t keep up after a fast start in Paris.
The French under 21 international gave Celtic a dream start in the game, scoring after only 57 seconds.
PSG’s class told in the end though, as they made it 12 goals against Celtic in two games this season.
After the game the goalscorer took to Twitter to deliver a message to Celtic fans saying, “We started well but couldn’t keep it going… we have to keep our head up and move on to the next game.”
We started well but couldn’t keep it long enough to get a result tonight. We have to keep our head up and move on to the next game. Thanks for your support Bhoys and Ghirls. @celticfc 💚🍀. Merci au public du @PSG_inside pour l’accueil chaleureux.
— Moussa Dembélé (@MDembele_10) November 23, 2017
Dembele is one of the few Celtic players to come out of last night’s hammering with any real credit.
The Frenchman’s goal last night was his seventh of the season, as he continues to find his form after injury.
As well as opening the scoring, his all-around play was a constant threat to PSG.
With constant transfer rumours surrounding the player, any interested clubs would have been impressed with how he played last night.
Celtic return to action this Sunday, in the Betfred Cup Final against Motherwell at Hampden Park.
Dembele has fond memories of the competition, having scored in last year’s final, a 3-0 Celtic victory over Aberdeen.
He also scored twice in this season’s semi-final, a 4-2 win over Hibs.
In other Celtic news, supporters took to twitter to praise Olivier Ntcham after the game