Paris Saint-Germain began this season's UEFA Champions League in grand style as they hammered Celtic 5-0 at the Celtic Park, Glasgow. Neymar Jr, Kylian Mbappe, Edinson Cavani, Mikael Lustig (own goal) were all on target for PSG. It was a devastating outcome for Brendan Rodgers' side as they sustained their largest home European defeat on Tuesday night. As a result of this road win, Paris Saint-Germain now tops Group B with three points, while Celtic are at the cellar of the group. Here's the match summary in details.

Celtic outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Craig Gordon (five points).

Defenders - Anthony Ralston (six points), Jozo Simunovic (five points), Mikael Lustig (5.44), Kieran Tierney (six points). Midfielder - Patrick Roberts (6.30), Olivier Ntcham (5.70), Scott Brown (6.34), Stuart Armstrong (six points), Scott Sinclair (6.20). Forward - Leigh Griffiths (6.15). Used substitutes - Tomas Rogic (6.10), Odsonne Edouard (5.43), James Forrest (5.61).

Teams strength and weakness: Celtic showed no significant strength in the match. However, they lacked tactical ability to launch counter attacks on PSG's half, and they were poor at scoring. The Celtic defense was porous as they conceded to PSG's offensive assaults.

Team style of play: Brendan Rodgers' men favored short passes and operated through the middle.

They committed several individual errors and gave away plenty of free-kicks within their box.

Paris Saint-Germain outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Alphonse Areola (7.56). Defender - Dani Alves (7.41), Marquinhos (7.40), Thiago Silva (7.38), Layvin Kurzawa (7.50). Midfielder - Adrien Rabiot (7.60), Thiago Motta (7.60), Marco Verratti (8.12).

Forward - Kylian Mbappe (8.20), Edinson Cavani (9.22), Neymar (9.39). Used substitutes - Giovani Lo Celso (six points), Julian Draxler (6.55).

Team's strength and weakness: Unai Emery's men created several goal scoring opportunities through individual efforts, through balls and long range shots. They were able to capitalize on their chances by clinically converting them.

PSG passes were accurate and defense splitting. However, they gave away lots of free-kicks around their box.

Team style of play: Paris Saint-Germain gained substantial quantity of possession, and they played with width. They favored through balls and long thrusts.

Who's the Man of the match?

No doubt, Neymar Jr was the man of the match. He opened the scoring and later assisted two goals. He made three vital key passes and completed ninety-five touches.

Group B upcoming fixtures

Celtic will hit the road to face RSC Anderlecht on Wednesday, September 27, while Paris Saint-Germain welcomes Bayern Munich the same night at the Parc De Prince.