By John Reid
Celtic winger Scott Sinclair has described in vivid detail the dressing room reaction to Celtic’s Champions League loss to Bayern Munich.
Despite a brave effort, the Hoops went down 2-1 to the German Champions, a result which ended their chances of qualification for the last sixteen of the Champions League.
Talking to The Scottish Sun, Sinclair commented “It was really disappointing, but it just goes to show how well we did as a team.
“We are in that dressing room after full-time, everyone was silent, we had our heads in our hands.”
Sinclair, who has scored 10 goals this season, was also quick to point out that positives could be taken from the loss.
“We are progressing. Everyone can see that. We are getting better with each game and stronger as a team.”
Sinclair and his teammates’ next barometer of progress is a daunting looking trip to Paris to take on PSG, who currently top of the French league and Champions League Group B.
The home tie against Anderlecht in December is a chance for Celtic to end their Champions League campaign with some points won at Celtic Park, following the defeats to PSG and Bayern.
A win against Anderlecht would also ensure a Europa League last 32 place is guaranteed for Celtic.
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