Who can replace Messi and Ronaldo? The Champions League's next gen

Who can replace Messi and Ronaldo? The Champions League's next gen

"I think the stewards dealt with it at the time and I'm sure the club will deal with it. The crowd and their reaction told you everything you needed to know". Yes, that's right, Ronaldo and Messi share top spot with seven apiece - four more than Mario Gomez, Filippo Inzaghi and Luiz Adriano, who have scored three.

Celtic perform far better there too, only losing two of their last eight European games at the ground. With aim of avoiding anor ridiculous as that and desire to lift Champions league, PSG started course european showing off his toys as who return to school with new backpack.

Ousmane Dembele was signed from Borussia Dortmund as a replacement - for an initial £95m which could rise to £138m - but a whole host of other targets were not secured by the Blaugrana.

"They'll try and make it hard for PSG to open them up, as they should, then hit on the break".

ARMED police will be on patrol for Celtic's sell-out Champions League game against Paris Saint-Germain as security is stepped up.

The former Barcelona star minutes later provided an assist for Mbappe as he knocked down a cross towards the path of the French teenager who made no mistake from six yards. This Tuesday showed muscle of ir attackers, and also of his midfield, with young Rabiot entonadísimo. Manchester City are the shortest of the Premier League representatives @ [13.5] but for all the progress they are making under Pep, the defence still looks like a limiting factor.

Michael Stewart, though, has suggested a way in which Celtic can shock the footballing world and pick up maximum points against PSG at Celtic Park on Tuesday evening. He is the most successful manager the competition has ever seen along with Bob Paisley.

Ronaldo and Messi have set the bar almost impossibly high for the next generation, but the talent is there. Liverpool reached the Europa League final in Klopp's first season at Anfield and, for all their flaws, they still have the feel of a dark horse.

Mark Ogden is a senior football writer for ESPN FC.