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  • Bayern Munich, PSG and Anderlecht are heading to Paradise

    Bayern Munich, PSG and Anderlecht are heading to Paradise

    By: Newsroom Staff on 24 Aug, 2017 17:00

  • CELTIC will face Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain and Anderlecht in the group stages of the UEFA Champions League following today’s draw in Monaco.

    Brendan Rodgers’ side booked their place amongst Europe’s elite following a successful qualification campaign that saw them eliminate Linfield, Rosenborg and FC Astana. And now Paradise is set for more special European nights this year.

    It’s the second consecutive season that the Irishman has guided Celtic to this stage of the most prestigious club competition in football, and he will he hoping that last year’s experience will prove beneficial to his team.

    Bayern Munich are the top seeds in Group B, having won the competition five times, and the Hoops faced the German side in the group stages of the UEFA Champions League back in 2003, when Anderlecht were also in the group. And Celtic took on PSG in the Cup-Winners’ Cup in 1995.

    Reaction to the draw to follow on the official Celtic website.

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