DANI ALVES has warned Celtic that Paris Saint-Germain aim to pile on the misery when they clash at the Parc des Princes tomorrow night.
The expensive-assembled, financially doped French outfit inflicted the heaviest home defeat in Europe on Brendan Rodgers’ side when they won 5-0 in September.
They have also thumped in 17 goals in four games without conceding any and are unbeaten at home in 41 games in all competitions.
The Brazilian right-back said: “There is no chance that we will take it easy on Celtic if that is what they think – the job is not finished yet.
“It is important to keep up momentum, but also it is important that we win the group. There is no chance that Celtic can expect an easy game just because we have already qualified.
“The scoreline in Scotland doesn’t mean anything now – it doesn’t mean that it’s an automatic win. That would have hurt Celtic and they won’t want it to happen again.
“But we have seen where we can hurt them and whatever players the coach chooses we know we can cause them problems.”
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