Many Glasgow Rangers fans were delighted with an incident involving Scott Brown during the Old Firm derby on Sunday.
The Gers faced Celtic for the third time this season at the weekend and drew 1-1 after Alfredo Morelos cancelled out Mohamed Elyounoussi’s opener. In essence, though, the match was a dead rubber as the Gers had already confirmed their status as Premiership champions.
The week preceding the match proved to be a difficult one for the Ibrox outfit. They were knocked out of the Europa League last Thursday by Slavia Prague after losing 3-1 on aggregate, but the match was marred by allegations of racist abuse towards midfielder Glen Kamara.
The rivalry between Rangers and Celtic is fierce, but that did not stop Brown from walking into the Gers half to embrace Kamara as the two teams warmed up before kick-off. A clip of the moment was shared by Sky Sports Scotland on Twitter, and many Gers fans could do nothing but praise the Celtic captain.
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These fans took to the social media platform to share their thoughts on Brown’s gesture.
Let’s see what the fans had to say about Brown below
“I might hate him with a passion but that was class, well done Scott, we stand together”
“I totally cannot stand the boy as a player but an amazing gesture from Scott Brown, fair play! Some things are bigger than football!”
“Any thoughts I hold on scott brown matter not a jot today. That was a touch of class. Fair play.”
“Absolutely hit the nail on the head mate. Sometimes rivalry just doesn’t matter. Hats off to Broony”
“Hate him but good gesture from him”
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