SCOTT BROWN has urged the Celtic fans to SCARE Bayern Munich’s players when the teams meet again in the Champions League at the end of the month.
The Hoops skipper saw his team battered in Bavaria last night as they toppled to a resounding 3-0 loss after goals from Thomas Muller, Joshua Kimmich and Mats Hummels.
Brown wants the club’s support to play their part in the return encounter on October 31 – Halloween night.
He said: “It’s always different back at Celtic Park with our fans. Hopefully, they’ll give them a fright and we can get an early goal on the night.”
Brown admitted the Scottish champions had anticipated a tough 90 minutes at the Allianz Arena.
The loss now leaves them third in their group table behind Paris Saint-Germain and the Germans, but three points ahead of Anderlecht.
He added: “It was a hard game, it was always going to be hard coming across here. They are a top quality side.
“In the second-half, we tried to play our game. We always try and play our own game, we always try and press.
“We tried to put them under pressure. It’s mentally tough, but you’ve got to keep working hard.”
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