Sauchiehall Street is one the busiest streets in the centre of Glasgow, and it was essentially shut down as hundreds of Celtic fans enjoyed an impromptu celebration last night involving their oustanding Scott Sinclair song.
Police were forced to shut off part of the street as a number of nightclubs were closing at around 3pm, and, seemingly being led by a man on top of a phonebox, the Celtic fans were in no rush to head home.
One onlooker told Glasgow's Evening Times that they thought a riot was about to start, but no reports of any arrests being made have emerged and seemingly the crowd dispersed after a few songs.
"Oh Scotty Sinclair"??? pic.twitter.com/0QdZZsCypv
— logan (@L6g7n) April 14, 2017
Any chant that uses The Logical Song by Scooter gets love from us, and that is a chant that has been belted out in the Celtic Park stands for most of the season.
Oh he's Scotty Sinclair and he is so wonderful, when he scores a goal oh it is beautiful its magical,
When he runs down your wing he is fast as lightening, it's frightening, and it makes all the bhoys sing....
Do do dodo do do, do do do do dododo...
When your side has the league wrapped up in April, it doesn't take much to start a party.