The Hoops went to Paris knowing they were already eliminated from the Champions League, with only a place in the Europa League up for grabs.
And it looked like it might be a night to remember for the Scottish Premiership side when Moussa Dembele fired them in-front after just two minutes – but, if anything, it just seemed to make PSG’s superstars angry.
Neymar, Mbappe and co soon roared back and led 4-1 at half-time, before going on to eventually secure a stunning 7-1 victory – which is the second time the Hoops have conceded seven in the Champions League group stages during Rodgers’ tenure.
The domestic football has been sensational but some Celtic fans are starting to ask questions of the European displays:
Don’t get me wrong, I rate Brendan Rodgers as a manager, but this whole going toe to toe with European big guns makes no sense to me.
— G (@buttermyarse99) November 22, 2017
Why the fuck is nobody else criticising Rodgers? Fs
— call me on my (@spunkphone) November 22, 2017
Is any cunt apart from me going to call Rodgers out on his tactics apart from me? ?
— 64 and counting! ? (@cfcss85) November 22, 2017
Rodgers needs a strong think about how Celtic set up against far superior opposition.
— Ja'Crispy (@Jinky_Tim) November 22, 2017
Rodgers can win the treble every year if he wants, but they results in Europe are not acceptable. Embarassing.
— Wullie (@celticbhoy24) November 22, 2017
— Macca (@ciaranmacca91) November 22, 2017
What would Rodgers have gotten from a Caldwell and McManus partnership? Rodgers has been a revelation at Celtic but that shouldn’t place him beyond being asked questions!
— Gerry Carroll (@ubergezza) November 22, 2017
I like Rodgers. Celtic have been pathetic in Europe for these last two years though, they shouldn't be getting slaughtered like this. The idealistic way he sets up in the SPL does them no favours sometimes.
— Rowd (@RowdenJRSG) November 22, 2017
Fucking typical, filled with hope and let down in Europe yet again. Fuck off.
— Kerrydale Meltdown (@KerryFail) November 22, 2017
Rodgers breaks both wanted and unwanted records at Celtic. I love the guy and as far as I am concerned he can have the job for life, but something needs to change in Europe.
— Marc Lisboa . . .? (@Marc7Lisboa) November 22, 2017
Don’t get me wrong, this is better than getting horsed by Molde but hard not to think tha Rodgers approach is contributing to us getting horsed at this point.
— Richard Wilson (@timomouse) November 22, 2017
I thought Rodgers was meant to take Celtic to the next level in Europe, the papers will still praise him for this result
— Ross Sneddon (@sneddon38) November 22, 2017
Why is no one pointing out to Rodgers that we have conceded 34 goals in 11 champions league group stage matches? We conceded 4 against Astana in qualifying.
This cannot continue.
— Lloyd Gaffney (@lloydgaffney) November 22, 2017
It’s the manner in defeat…
Why is what I’m saying so difficult?
Brendan and Lennon were in the same boat…Lennon did better….did he not?
Rodgers is overrated…simples.
— Scott #Dunderheids (@st2oh) November 22, 2017
Rodgers has made history at Celtic. He’s one of the best we’ve ever had, but he knew what we all knew in the summer that centre half in particular was a problem. He needs to put that right in January.
— THE INVINCITREBLES? (@marcmcardle1) November 22, 2017
Brendan Rodgers tactics in the Champions League are absolutely diabolical. His bravado should be lauded but until he has the personnel to do it then he shouldn't try it..
— Nosranda (@TheGBrendano) November 22, 2017
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