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24/11/2017 - 11:16 GMT

Yes, Celtic Were Hammered But It Won’t Affect Bhoys In Final – Former Scotland Star

 




Former Scotland international Barry Ferguson does not expect Celtic’s heavy defeat at Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday night to have an effect on the Scottish League Cup final on Sunday.

The Scottish champions experienced another chastening European night in the French capital earlier this week when they were hammered by PSG with a 7-1 scoreline.




Celtic’s two group games against the Parisians have been humbling experiences for the Bhoys players, but they are going into Sunday’s cup final against Motherwell as overwhelming favourites.

Ferguson admits that Celtic received a real pummeling but has pointed out that their defeat to PSG at Parkhead did not affect their domestic form, where they remain unbeaten in 64 games.

 


And the former Rangers man feels it is going to be similar when Celtic start as favourites against Motherwell at Hampden Park on Sunday.  

Ferguson told Betsafe when asked whether the PSG defeat will have a bearing on the cup final: “Let’s be honest they were playing against a top team, with top players and at the end it was a pummeling, there’s no doubt about that.

“But I don’t think it’s going to affect Celtic. They had this before at Parkhead when PSG beat them with five [goals].

“And I don’t think it affected them and it will be the same for the cup final at the weekend.”


Celtic are eyeing winning their first silverware of the season by beating Motherwell at Hampden Park and lifting the Scottish League Cup for the second year running.