By Abigail Withey
French newspaper L’Equipe has critically rated each of Celtic’s players after their 5-0 defeat to Paris Saint-Germain and given the squad an overall score of 3.2/10.
Brendan Rodgers’ side were hammered by the Ligue 1 giants in the Hoops’ first Group B match of their Group B, which ended with their heaviest home loss the side has ever suffered in a European competition.
The French media outlet delivered a damning verdict on the Hoops and didn’t shy away from rating each of the players with an incredibly low score.
The highest score which L’Equipe awarded to an individual player was 4/10 and that went to star loanee Patrick Roberts and last season’s Player of the Year Scott Sinclair.
The lowest ratings were given to midfielder Stuart Armstrong and youngster Anthony Ralston were given just 2/10 while the rest of Rodgers’ line-up were handed a measly 3/10.
Paris Saint-Germain were awarded an average of 6.8 for their heavy victory where world record signing Neymar was only awarded 7/10.