Celtic face UEFA disciplinary over fan's attempt to kick PSG's Kylian Mbappe

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Not before. Just from this game.

Mane will miss Saturday's Premier League visit of Burnley plus the Carabao Cup/league double-header with Leicester next week.

UEFA confirmed on Wednesday that disciplinary proceedings had been opened against Celtic in light of the incident, citing "field invasion" as the offence.

"Sometimes, when Celtic win a game 5-0, you don't hear people say that Celtic are good".

- Olympiacos are making their 18th appearance in the Champions League, which is twice as many as any other Greek side (Panathinakos, 9).

"Got the Champions League money and were always short at centre half and didn't recruit [and] that was a mistake". It is disappointing at any ground that a supporter gets on to the pitch.

"All my family are PSG supporters", he smiled. "It was superb to play here".

Mbappe is expected to make his move permanent in 12 months for a reported 180 million euros.

Celtic look set to face another UEFA punishment after the supporter raced onto the pitch moments after PSG had taken a 3-0 lead and aimed a fresh-air kick at the 18-year-old French forward.

The wait is almost over!

Instead, Real continued their policy of snapping up the best young talent in Spain in Theo Hernandez and Dani Ceballos to add to the likes of Isco and Marco Asensio.

- Qarabag are the only team, alongside RB Leipzig, to make their Champions League debut this season. Their best performance to date is a semi-final in 1994-95 when they were eliminated by AC Milan. They have reached the semis in six of the last eight seasons.

"I just went through my normal routine after he told me".

On the individual level, Cristiano Ronaldo will have the opportunity to add to his UCL-record 105 goals.

"I doesn't matter how much you cost". He is the second Brazilian to have played in 100 games in the competition after Roberto Carlos. "He said what he said and I said something back and that was it".

Allegri added, "We know that playing three games in a row against Barcelona - considering the two of last year - without conceding a goal, would be very difficult, even if Juve could do it".

It's likely Rogic will come up directly against PSG's deep-lying midfield duo of Frenchman Adrien Rabiot and Italy's Thiago Motta.