Celtic headed off to Oslo on Tuesday afternoon for their Champions League qualification clash with Rosenborg tomorrow night knowing that they will need to improve on their performance after the 0-0 draw at Parkhead.
Brendan Rodgers men perhaps underestimated their Norwegian opponents in the first leg so will be looking to fire on all cylinders and get an away goal, so Leigh Griffiths in particular will be wanting to make a mark on the game.
The Scotland striker has already made an impact on the trip, it seems, as Celtic fans are loving a clip that emerged on social media as the players checked in for their flight.
While sorting out his documents his attention was drawn to a Rangers fan who aimed some abuse his way, and without missing a beat Griffiths quipped that his club are dead.
— Ronnie Esplin (@RonnieEsplin) August 1, 2017
Yer club's dead mate. Beat it.
He wasn't passing up that opportunity.
He's taken his fair share of stick during his playing career, so it's water off a duck's back at this stage.
Goals will be all that he has on his mind in Norway, as an early one for Celtic would make things a lot more comfortable against the side that Dundalk managed to take to extra-time.