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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

ICC: Messi starts in Barca win; Real top Chelsea; Green leads Bayern rout

Arda Turan and Munir were on the score sheet as they eased past Celtic 3-1 at the Aviva Stadium.

Celtic were out-gunned but not out-classed as they fell to a 3-1 defeat to Barcelona in Dublin.

The Spanish giants named a strong starting XI that included superstar frontmen Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez.

And while the Parkhead outfit were undone by strikes from Arda Turan and Munir El Haddadi either side of Efe Ambrose's own goal, there was no humiliation for Brendan Rodgers' team.

Braces from Marcelo and Eden Hazard stole the show at the Big House as Real Madrid beat Chelsea 3-2.

Real Madrid rode a dominating first half performance to defeat Premier League side Chelsea 3-2 in an International...

 By PA Sport

Kolo Toure won't make Celtic debut against Barcelona

New Celtic signing Kolo Toure says the chance to work with Brendan Rodgers again was a factor in his move.

Kolo Toure will sit out Celtic's International Champions Cup tie with Barcelona -- but could be thrown into action in next week's crucial Champions League clash with Astana.

The former Arsenal, Manchester City and Liverpool centre-back has yet to feature for his new side since signing last week.

And with the 35-year-old Ivorian international still lacking match sharpness, Parkhead boss Brendan Rodgers has decided not to risk him against Barca stars Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez when they take on the...

 By PA Sport

Rangers' Jordan Rossiter: I owe Celtic's Brendan Rodgers a lot

Jordan Rossiter's debut goal was overshadowed by Liverpool's wild penalty shootout win over Middlesbrough.
Rangers midfielder was given his Anfield debut by Brendan Rodgers in September 2014.

Rangers midfielder Jordan Rossiter is grateful for the faith Mark Warburton has shown in him -- but admits he has just as much to thank Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers for.

The former Liverpool youngster was handed his Anfield debut by the new Hoops manager back in September 2014.

Rossiter, 19, made only a handful of appearances for the Reds but appreciates everything his former boss did for him in their time on Merseyside.

Fate has conspired to ensure that when they next meet, it will likely be on...