The attacking trio of Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani were all on the scoresheet as Paris Saint-Germain came from behind to tear apart Celtic with a 7-1 victory.
Celtic opened the scoring inside the first minute through Moussa Dembele, who fired first time into the far corner, only for PSG to soon pull level as Neymar found back of the net with a low drive after being picked out by Adrien Rabiot.
And 13 minutes later, PSG turned the game on its head with Neymar once again finding the net with a low strike, this time after a one-two with Marco Verratti, before Edinson Cavani scored a third for the visitors a few minutes later.
It was soon 4-1 before the first half was out, with Kylian Mbappe getting in on the act, before Verratti added a fifth and Cavani the sixth for PSG late on. There was still time for Dani Alves to make it seven with a fine strike from distance.
Marco Verratti’s goal in the 79th minute against Celtic not only put the Ligue 1 giants up 5-1 in the contest but was also the side’s 22nd goal of the group stage to that point.
That broke the old record of 21, set by Borussia Dortmund last year.
In group B, Bayern Munich defeated Anderletch 2-1.
Bayern had to wait until early in the second half to find a way past Anderlect, with Robert Lewandowski tapping home Corentin Tolisso’s ball from close range, but the hosts drew level 12 minutes later with Sofiane Hanni volleying home inside the box.
But Bayern had the final say, with Tolisso heading home Joshua Kimmich’s cross in the 77th minute.