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Loko: Hoops are at bottom of pile.

PSG legend Patrice Loko reckons his old team's 7-1 win has to be measured against Celtic being so poor.

Loko netted a double in Glasgow on the last occasion PSG and the Hoops met in 1995, when the French side went on to win the European Cup Winners' Cup after a 3-0 win in Glasgow.

And he said: "To score this many goals in the group stage is huge. But you have to put it into perspective because teams like Celtic and Anderlecht are at the bottom of the pile in Europe.

"I expected maybe a 5-1 win and I also thought Moussa Dembele would score - it always seems to happen when strikers come back to their old club.

"Even if Celtic are an average team, this was a great performance from the entire PSG team."

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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Nov 24, 2017
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