Redbull Salzburg coach Marco Rose said he was very proud of his team following their 2-1 win over Celtic Glasgow away in Scotland to maintain their 100 percent record.
"We've done a lot of what we set out to do today. We wanted to make another good game here today and get a good result. Once again I'm proud of my boys and I'm just happy for them, for everyone, for the club, for our fans, for Salzburg, for our staff - a great experience once again," he said.
His Goalkeeper Alexander Walke was happy to play in front of 60 000 fans and more so that Salzburg won.
"For me, personally, it's the dream to play in front of 60,000 here in the stadium. It has come true today and it is even hotter that we have won. We can play football and in the end we can fight and throw ourselves in everywhere. The bottom line is that we reward each other, and we did that again today," he said.
Moanes Dabbur and Fredric Gulbradseen scored a goal each in the second half before Jules Oliver Ntcham could pull one back as Salzburg run away 2-1 victors.