'Midway through that first half had to change it tactically to try to stem the flow of the game but I was thankful to get in at 0-0 at half-time.
Considering Celtic achieved what they set out to do and reached the Europa League, the result was not a disaster, but the performance was and Rodgers will know that much more is needed if he is to inspire a good run in Europe's secondary competition in the new year.
"There is enormous pride but it is hard to feel that when you have lost".
"There are some fantastic teams in the hat so we're looking forward to the draw on Friday".
"Maybe some of players felt they have a long way to go before they can call themselves players at this level".
"So we are going to have to be ready because the start will be possibly devastating".
"We need to be better, but we've shown that we can be".
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"We got the job done but obviously we have a lot of work to do before we can affect that level".
"We have been able to do that but tonight is an example of a long way to go, and of the gap between the teams at the very top and those just below that".
"It was quite quiet inside Celtic Park".
Anderlecht manager Hein Vanhaezebrouck is expecting Celtic to come out of the blocks quickly when the two sides meet in their Champions League clash this evening.
Celtic fans chose to keep looking at the positives after the loss and made a decision to take to Twitter to heap the praise on Ntcham after an influential display in the midfield.
"There have been a few occasions when he's been unhappy with us".
The feat did not impress Paul van Himst, the former Anderlecht player and coach, who expressed disdain for the Scottish champions when he said: "We should never have allowed ourselves to lose to a team of peasants like Celtic".