Champions League 'a big objective' for PSG, says Emery

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With Champions League matchday 1 looming, the FC crew delve into the marquee fixtures.

Carlo Ancelotti has an extraordinary record in the Champions League.

Ten years ago, a new era dawned in the Champions League.

Pictures have emerged showing the supporter being dragged away by stewards.

It was a real statement of intent from this summer's big spenders who signed Brazilian Neymar and teenage sensation Mbappe in a bid to make a real impression on the competition.

Around 60,000 fans are expected to attend the glamour encounter in the east end of Glasgow tomorrow night.

For that, you have to look at the new wave of talent and there is plenty of it.

Kylian Mbappe and Marco Asensio have plenty of time to improve.

"It's disappointing for any ground, any club, a supporter getting on to the pitch like that".

The incident occurred shortly before half time in the Champions League clash at Parkhead on Tuesday, which the Gladgow club lost 5-0. He attended in depth to Neymar on first goal and led next to Verratti wide area.

Real would argue with that, especially considering their status as back-to-back winners.

One fan said: "He ran on the pitch and took a kick at the player, but missed".

Gabriel Jesus has shown signs he can be a special player. This Tuesday showed muscle of ir attackers, and also of his midfield, with young Rabiot entonadísimo. The loss of Neymar, and a complete lack of confidence in a board that has allowed Lionel Messi and Andres Iniesta to enter the final year of their contracts has made Barcelona look vulnerable this summer.

Across town, at Manchester United, Marcus Rashford is another who has all the credentials to become a footballing superstar.

In the other game in the group, Bayern Munich defeated 10-man Anderlecht 3-0 to pick up all three points at the Alianz Arena stadium. He is the most successful manager the competition has ever seen along with Bob Paisley.

"We did learn from the past and what happened last year".

Police Scotland have urged supporters to plan their journey in advance, with a number of road closures due to be in place.

Mark Ogden is a senior football writer for ESPN FC.

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