Paris St Germain's attacking trio of Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani were all on the scoresheet as they tore Celtic apart to lead the French club to a 5-0 rout in their Champions League Group B opener on Tuesday.

The world's most expensive player coolly finished and then had a hand in PSG's second, which was finished emphatically by Kylian Mbappe.

Edinson Cavani converted a penalty for the visitors' third before the break.

Mikael Lustig's own goal was followed by Cavani's second of the night, a superb diving header.

"I'm very happy. It was a fantastic match and I'm happy for the team. It was an important win," Neymar told reporters.

Asked about Mbappe, he said: "It's always a pleasure to play with great players, even though he's young. For me, he's a great player and he has the potential to improve even more."

Elsewhere in Group B, hosts Bayern Munich won 3-0 against Anderlecht, who had a man sent off.