The Hoops will now battle with Belgian champions Anderlecht on the final matchday for third place in the group to secure a spot in the Europa League.
They have been warned that they cannot expect an easy ride in the French capital by Brazilian ace Dani Alves, though, who says PSG will still be pushing for a win over the Scottish Champions despite the fact they are through to the next round. "We set a new record for the number of goals scored in the group stage but it is the hard work of the whole team that is paying off".
"There are still some details to improve, such as the loss of the ball, the position of the players in the recovery, choosing when to take the space, to have possession at this or that moment, but I think that the team has made very good things".
After that embarrassing situation, Rodgers has changed his pre-match plans, so now when the Parisian press are naming the teams ahead of PSG v Celtic, it's based on really nothing more than fans would know about the Glasgow club's plans.
The Australian failed to do anything of note in the contest.
"He was extraordinary. There were a few matches where he stopped playing for different reasons but when he is in form physically and his mentality is right, he can play".
Defending champions Celtic face Motherwell in Sunday's Scottish League Cup final, but the Parkhead boss insists lifting his players' spirits will not be difficult.
However, despite their dominance, PSG has not yet locked up the group.
The French giants have been in exceptional form in Europe this season, having won all five of their first games.
Celtic have struggled somewhat losing three matches against the two heavyweights of the group; PSG and Bayern Munich.
Celtic, however, kept pressing PSG and Ntcham came close with a 20-yard drive but Neymar showed his class again in the 22nd minute when he played a one-two with Verratti and again clipped the ball past Gordon and in off the far post. It was clear from then that the floodgates had well and truly opened.
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"So we will be absolutely fine".
FW Neymar, 9 - Central to most of what PSG did well, Neymar helped himself to two goals and an assist in an electric showing that was light years from his lethargic effort against Nantes.
"That sheer level of quality they have in their team and the confidence with which they play with each other [is impressive]". The record of Unai Emery's side this term is second to none.