Anderlecht lost 3-0 at home to Celtic in the Champions League on Tuesday night.
RSC Anderlecht players, including Henry Onyekuru (#9)
Celtic got their first win of the Champions League group stage on Wednesday night, beating Anderlecht 3-0 at the Constant Vanden Stock.
The Bhoys lost their first group game with a 5-0 thrashing at the hands of Paris Saint-Germain, but roared back with a superb performance in Belgium.
Leigh Griffiths got the goalscoring started, tapping home Kieran Tierney's pinpoint cross after a superb ball from Olivier Ntcham, and Patrick Roberts added a second after the break when his shot cannoned off Kara Mbodj and into the net.
More slack Anderlecht defending presented Scott Sinclair with a chance to make it 3-0, and he duly obliged with a great finish, handing Celtic a huge away win.
Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon (C) consoles RSC Anderlecht's Henry Onyekuru
Whilst Celtic will be delighted with the win, the struggles continue for Anderlecht, as they have now lost their first two games of the Champions League group stage, lie seventh in the Jupiler Pro League and don't have a permanent manager.
One of the players caught up in Anderlecht's problems is Everton forward Henry Onyekuru, who is spending the season on loan in Brussels having failed to earn a work permit to play in the Premier League this season.
Whilst Onyekuru, 20, is set for a big future having hit 24 goals for KAS Eupen last season, he failed to make an impact against Celtic, and took to Twitter after the game.
Onyekuru admitted that whilst he is happy to have made his first ever Champions League start, he was disappointed with such a heavy home defeat at the hands of Celtic.