Three things that Rodgers got right to stun Monchengladbach
The first 15 to 20 minutes looked a little like a compilation tape of some of Celtic’s worst Champions League away trips.
Confidence seemed low as they stood off in awe watching the opponents that had won convincingly at Celtic Park a fortnight earlier.
Once Scott Sinclair had hit the woodwork belief soared, even through Gladbach took the lead soon after.
The German’s were human after all with defensive frailties that were there to be exploited, Patrick Roberts opened them up more than once with Sinclair, Dembele and others realising that there is no justification for an inferiority complex.