Thursday, 28 September 2017

Celtic manager, Brendan Rodgers, praises his team on Champions League win over Anderlecht

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has said that his side Champions League win over Anderlecht is a brilliant team performance and insisted his side can get better.
Leigh Griffiths opened the scoring in the 38th minute at the Constant Vanden Stock Stadium with a poacher's goal, and five minutes after the break Patrick Roberts' drive went in off substitute Kara Mbodji to double the visitors' lead. Scott Sinclair scored a breakaway third in added time to confirm Celtic's second away win in the competition and their first clean sheet away from Celtic Park.
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Rodgers said “It was a brilliant team performance, It was an outstanding performance and result. There are still areas to improve but they were absolutely exceptional. We did very very well. For a Scottish team to come away, get a 3-0 victory, keep a clean sheet at this level is obviously a big achievement. We can be better than we were tonight but the players deserve a huge amount of credit, on the back of the game at the weekend (2-0 win over Rangers), which was a high intensity game. To come away and deliver that type of performance, the deserve all the plaudits they get.”

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