Scotland's big two both progressed to the Europa League group stage as both Celtic and Rangers enjoyed victories last night.
A late Alfredo Morelos was enough for Steven Gerrard's side at a lively Ibrox. It came after travelling fans set off a massive pyrotechnic display that temporarily halted the game. Rangers had to close off 3,000 seats as a result of the sectarian chants that marred previous games in the competition and Warsaw fans responded with a banner depicting the late Pope John Paul II.
Legia Warsaw fans with flares at Ibrox tonight
— Football Away Days (@sportingawayday) August 29, 2019
Legia fans have just unveiled a huge flag of Pope John Paul II at Ibrox. pic.twitter.com/EYyrbPjzDw
— Andy Mitten (@AndyMitten) August 29, 2019
Boruc in Ibrox tonight pic.twitter.com/4MnmaHe4So
— Coventry Emerald CSC (@CovEmeraldCSC) August 29, 2019
When asked who he wanted in the group stage, a smiling Gerrard suggested Manchester United would be a welcome tie: "I wouldn't mind parking the bus at Old Trafford." The draw will take place on Friday at 2pm BST.
Elsewhere, Celtic enjoyed a 4-1 win over AIK in Sweden to go through 6-1 on aggregate. There was no such luck for Linfield who went out against Dundalk's conquerers Qarabag on away goals.