Celtic secured top spot in Europa League Group E with a strong 3-1 win over Rennes at Parkhead on Thursday night.
Lewis Morgan, Ryan Christie and substitute Mikey Johnston all scored to move Neil Lennon's side onto 13 points.
In the buildup to the game, there has been plenty of discussion surrounding Celtic's decision to close a section of their ground which holds ultra fangroup, Green Brigade. The move came after various fines from UEFA.
Yet the fans that were in attendance combined with 2,500 travelling Rennes supporters to create a striking atmosphere.
Complete respect @WeAreRennes Joining Celtic to sing YNWA ?? pic.twitter.com/8CkwDt5kZp
— LARGS BRIGADE (@LARGS_BRIGADE) November 28, 2019
Rennes fans doing the huddle then swapping scarves with the Celtic fans, love this game ❤️? pic.twitter.com/odyWwPFPjg
— Nicky (@CelticNick) November 28, 2019
Absolutely phenomenal from the #Rennes fans tonight. High spirits & having the best time despite getting beat 3 - 1 ??
Swapping scarves & flags with young #Celtic fans at the end??? #CELREN #EuropaLeague @CelticFC @staderennais pic.twitter.com/doNIAquxC3
— ᴋᴇʀʀɪ-ᴀɴɴ ᴅᴏᴄʜᴇʀᴛʏ (@KerriDocherty) November 28, 2019
Speaking post-match, Neil Lennon cut a content figure as he reflected on the night.
“It was a great performance and a superb campaign. We had qualified already but to win the group with a game to spare is great.
“The players gave me everything and more in this campaign. It’s great for the club."