Celtic fear Uefa sanction after pitch invader confronts Kylian Mbappé

Celtic fear Uefa sanction after pitch invader confronts Kylian Mbappé

"We'll pick ourselves up without a problem".

With Kylian Mbappe looking increasingly likely to join PSG, the FC crew debate the club's standing in the Champions League. Celtic have been charged with a count of "field invasion" and will have their case heard by the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body on October 19, a UEFA statement said. Neir scots, with a decrepit European Cup in ir windows even though today it is far from elite in Europe, are main goal of new triple offensive of gauls.

As the Champions League prepares to return, however, there are a group of young pretenders with the potential to become the new superstars. The last came at the start of this season, after a paramilitary-style flag was flown when Linfield visited Celtic Park for a Champions League qualifier.

The 6-1 defeat to the Catalan giants in the second leg was a humbling for PSG but Emery says they are approaching this season's campaign with a renewed confidence.

The world will indeed be watching, it's up to the Celtic players to spoil the show.

The Catalan superclub aren't suffering too much on the pitch at the moment, judging from their 5-0 hammering of local rivals Espanyol on Saturday, but they were still very disappointed with their summer business.

After being signed for just €3.9m from Mallorca in 2014, Asensio cost Real a fraction of the fees paid out for Mbappe and Dembele, but he is capable of having the same kind of impact on the Champions League. He is the most successful manager the competition has ever seen along with Bob Paisley. It was at a time when Pep's Barcelona were at the peak of their powers, so Manchester United look like a value bet @ [15.0].

"We did learn from the past and what happened last year".

Ronaldo and Messi have set the bar almost impossibly high for the next generation, but the talent is there.

Only course of competition will be placed on your site to PSG, you will find in Bayern biggest opposition to reach second round.

Mark Ogden is a senior football writer for ESPN FC.