CRAIG GORDON: Made early save from an Edinson Cavani shot and then his next three major actions were to pick the back out of his net as PSG proved to be as clinical as Celtic must have feared they would be. 5

TONY RALSTON: Not a night the 18 year-old will forget in a hurry, coming up in direct opposition to the world’s most expensive player in Neymar. Lost him at the first two goals but stuck to his task as diligently as possible. Somehow had the energy for one lung-bursting run up the park early in the second half and was then booked for a foul on his way back into position. 5

MIKAEL LUSTIG: Drafted in again to central defence to cover for injuries and must have been wishing Dedryck Boyata or Erik Sviatchenko had been fit instead. Unfortunate own goal for PSG’s fourth. 4

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JOZO SIMUNOVIC: The defender had Cavani for company for most of the night, with Neymar and Kylian Mbappe also swarming regularly across the penalty box too. Booked after conceding a penalty for a foul on Cavani that the Uruguayan then stroked home for PSG’s third. 5

KIERAN TIERNEY: Tried his best to keep Mbappe in check on the left side of the Celtic defence, a task akin to pinning custard to a wall. Almost caught out the PSG goalkeeper with a mishit cross that threatened to dip under the crossbar. 5

SCOTT BROWN: Provided some moments of composure in the midst of the maelstrom and tried to keep the ball moving whenever Celtic were in possession. Was never long, though, before a swarm of dark blue shirts descended. 6

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OLIVIER NTCHAM: Boyhood PSG fan had Celtic’s first chance, a shot dragged well wide of goal. Tried gamely thereafter but struggled to make his mark. 5

PATRICK ROBERTS: Tried to drive the team forward but, like many of his team-mates, ended up having to do a lot of defensive work instead. Wriggled into decent positions once or twice but final ball often wanting. 6

STUART ARMSTRONG: Another who tried to link the play to get Celtic up the park but too often PSG would close in and deny him any space. Replaced at half-time. 4

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SCOTT SINCLAIR: Had the unenviable task of trying to get past venerable right-back Dani Alves. Squeezed through late in the first half for a shot that Alphonse Areola pushed over his crossbar when another couple of runs in second half almost yielded something. 6

LEIGH GRIFFITHS: Recovered from injury to take his place up front and only a terrific save from Areola denied him a first-half equaliser from a free kick. Always willing to provide an out ball, both in the air and on the ground, although saw little service. 6


TOM ROGIC (for Armstrong 46): Sent on to try add greater creativity but suffered same frustrations as his team-mates. 4

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ODSONNE EDOUARD (for Griffiths 68): On to face his parent club for the last 22 minutes or so. 3

JAMES FORREST (for Roberts 77): Late run-out for the winger. N/a