“It’s always different at home,” he told STV at full time in Germany. “We’re still up against a top quality team and it will still be difficult, even at home, to take anything from the game. “But we will analyse this and see what we can do better. “It’s difficult to stop the quality that they’ve got getting chances. That may still be the same but we’ll pose a threat at the other end and make it a good game.” Craig Gordon expects Bayern Munich to pose a similarly difficult challenge when they visit Glasgow at the end of the month but believes it will be a different kind of game.Celtic were comprehensively defeated 3-0 in the Allianz Arena on matchday three of the Champions League and only managed three shots on target compared to Bayern’s 12.It was their second heavy defeat of the competition having already conceded five at home to Paris Saint-Germain in September.But goalkeeper Gordon says his side will be able to create more and pose a stronger challenge in front of their own support on Hallowe’en.