By Lewis Birrell
SCOTT BROWN reckons Celtic will seek revenge against Motherwell for Wednesday night’s Paris St Germain heartache.
Despite a promising start from the Glaswegians, the French giants dished out a humbling 7-1 defeat.
With Sunday’s Betfred Cup final against Motherwell on the horizon, Brendan Rodgers’ side need to recover quickly.
Captain, Scott Brown, plans to take their frustrations out on the Lanarkshire side.
“You have to try to take the positives out of every result but once you look at the scoreline nobody really cares about any of the positives,” the midfielder told several broadcasters.
“But it is about how you bounce back and we have a huge game on Sunday.
“We need to make sure we go full steam ahead and hopefully be lifting that cup at the end of it.”
Celtic are still on course to secure European Football after Christmas as they still occupy third place in Group B.
The 32-year-old acknowledges that group stage match ups against PSG and Bayern Munich were always going to be stern tests.
He added: “At the start you would have taken European football (after Christmas.)
“Everyone knew it was going to be a hard one for us.
“But the 3-0 away to Anderlecht is great for us and puts us kind of where we wanted to be and now it is in our hands.”