A Champions League Reunion
Bayern Munich will play their second Champions League game tomorrow when they take on Celtic at Celtic Park.
Bayern will be looking to defend their Champions League title and opened up their campaign with a 1-1 draw against Nottingham Forest two weeks ago.
It will also be a reunion for David Beckham
, with the likes of Celtic's Gabby Agbonlahor
and Matthew Lowton
having played under the management of Beckham while they were Aston Villa players.
They're not the only duo who have played under Beckham, with Fraser Forster
working with Beckham as an England international, and Japanese right-back Yuto Nagatomo
turning out for Aston Villa in the past.
Today, Sky Sports managed to get an interview with Agbonlahor and Lowton.
When asked about the imminent match, Agbonlahor had an excited buzz about him. "To play a club of Bayern Munich's stature is obviously very exciting for all of us. We have of course played in the Champions League before but it feels great every time we play a big team because we know they are going to give us a huge challenge, something we relish.
"No one are tipping us to get out of this Champions League group but I think we shouldn't be underestimated. We're the best team in Scotland and if we work hard enough we can definitely get into the Knockout Rounds of this competition."
When asked about his former manager, unfortunately, the Celtic veteran seemed a bit more dispassionate. "It will be nice to see David Beckham again," was his simple response.
Lowton, however, said, "David was a great presence when I played at Aston Villa and to think that I was under the management of someone who went on to win the Champions League is incredible.
"I would like to thank him for all he's done for me at Aston Villa despite our short time working together and I'll of course be greeting him when we see each other tomorrow."
Celtic boast a couple of stars in their ranks including a lethal strike partnership of Stevan Jovetic
and Harry Kane
"Stevan and Harry will be crucial tomorrow," Lowton told Sky Sports. "They are the best strikers at the club so of course I assume they'll be playing. They've struck up a decent partnership and it'll only flourish against Bayern Munich."