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Brussels. And the Hoops manager expects no interruption to their domestic dominancy.
“They are all big games for us, all different competitions,” he said.
“We’ve now got five games through to the next international break,” he said.
“It’s a case of just trying to put out the team with the most amount of energy and the best tactics to win the games.
“Hamilton was one game, PSG was a totally different experience, and we just want to get back into continuing with the good form we’ve been in.
“It’s been a really, really good start for us and we must never forget that. That’s the bigger picture. The team has made a brilliant start to the season.
“Of course there is a big emphasis on that game the other night, but the bigger picture is that we’ve made a good start in the league and we want to keep that going at home.”