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Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers was disappointed with his side's 7-0 Champions League defeat to Barcelona, but believes they can learn lessons from the loss and become stronger.

"It helps to have played them in pre-season, but in terms of intensity and fighting for the three points there is a huge difference", added Enrique. The Argentinian completed his sixth Champions League hat-trick in the process. Robert Lewandowski opened scoring in the 28th minute, Thomas Müller made it two on the stroke of half-time, Jimmy Kimmich made it five, thanks to his 53rd and 60th minute brace, before Juan Bernat made it a fiver on the stroke of full-time.

The worst possible start for Arsenal hinted at a potential lopsided affair but the Gunners got out of jail with Alexis Sanchez's leveller inside the final quarter of an hour.

"Leo Messi plays at every position, he has freedom to do so because he is the best in the world at any position he plays", Luis Enrique said. We are not playing for ourselves, nobody is looking for personal glory.

"We saw a team enjoying themselves - and all the fans, too".

"The game could have changed but we will work hard to improve on our mistakes - but at the level we played at it would have been difficult (for any opponent)".

"We have the shortest turnaround you can have between games".

Goals from Poland striker Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Mueller on his 27th birthday, two from rising star Joshua Kimmich and another from Juan Bernat gave Carlo Ancelotti's team a ideal start.

Ancelotti described his debut in Europe with the Bavarian giants as "a great game".

The Glasgow side lost 7-0 in their opening Champions League Group Stage game in what was a thoroughly one-sided game. It's a heavy, heavy defeat but I think the first half we came out and created a chance and got a penalty.

Napoli came back from behind to beat Dynamo Kyiv 2-1, even after Denys Garmash put Kyiv in front in the 26th minute.

Napoli sit top of Group B after Benfica were undone by one of their own players.

Brazilian Talisca canceled out a 12th-minute earlier goal by Argentina's Franco Cervi for Benfica, finishing a rebound from Besiktas goalkeeper Tolga Zengin's save.

However, Barca could face further sanctions from UEFA after thousands of separatist Catalan flags were again flown at the Camp Nou. The shared 131 goals last season, with Suarez leading the way with 59.

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