And Hoops fans haven’t hung around in slaughtering the “supporter” on social media.
Goals from Neymar, Mbappe and a penalty from Edinson Cavani mean that Celtic have a serious mountain to climb in the second half at Celtic Park.
However, the vast majority of those on Twitter can all agree that running onto the pitch isn’t exactly the way to behave with the team struggling:
— Mirror Football (@MirrorFootball) September 12, 2017
Hoops fan bolted onto pitch and ran half the park to take a boot at Mbappe. Booed by vast majority of stadium.
— Alison McConnell (@alibali76) September 12, 2017
Ban that knob of a "fan" looking to kick Mbappe.
— Read Celtic (@ReadCeltic) September 12, 2017
A Celtic fan runs on the pitch and tries to kick Mbappe. He misses, hopelessly. Clown. UEFA sure to act.
— Craig Hope (@CraigHope_DM) September 12, 2017
Yep. Fucking embarrassing
— Sean ? (@seanypatrick99) September 12, 2017
The fan who just tried to kick Mbappe has ruined his chances of ever entering Celtic Park again, what a stupid thing to do.
— Michael (@Michael12SAH) September 12, 2017
To the so called celtic fan that ran on park to kick Mbappe. You are a fucking disgrace!
— Dodger (@dodger1982) September 12, 2017
My God!What a performance from PSG. Barcelona at their most devastating best. Stunning.Celtic fan invades pitch/tries to kick Mbappe. Unreal
— Tom English (@BBCTomEnglish) September 12, 2017
I hope they give him a boot fucking idiot should be banned for life
— Fitba Is Life (@caledoniacelt) September 12, 2017
Can't believe some moron 'Celtic Fan' tried to kick Mbappé. Embarrassing behaviour.
— Paul Lawlor (@paulylawlor) September 12, 2017
The Ligue 1 giants boasted 71% of possession in the first 45 minutes, however, Brendan Rodgers will be comforted by the fact his team have managed three shots with two on target.
Is it a matter of avoiding a battering now for Celtic?
Or would you like to see the Hoops come out all guns blazing in the second half with little to lose?