A lot of the Celtic fanbase are reminiscing after the club posted an article on Twitter recalling their great victory against AC Milan in Europe.
Celtic were preparing for the UEFA Champions League group-stage encounter with AC Milan and were on hot form before the fixture was played on October 7, 2007, via Celtic FC. New signing Scott McDonald had scored six times in 10 games, via Transfermarkt, and he would make it seven in eleven by the end of the European night.
The game was a tight affair, with the scores level at 1-1 going into injury time, and fans of the Hoops would have been jubilant with the draw, however they were sent into absolute mayhem as a shot from Gary Caldwell was parried by goalkeeper Dida, and McDonald was there to poke the ball home to seal the win for the Scottish side, via BBC Sport.
The atmosphere at Celtic Park was incredible following the final whistle, as the Bhoys had just stunned the current holders of the European trophy, and it is up there with the greatest nights that the club has seen in their history.
Here is what fans had to say following the tweet:
We remember another wonderful European night at Paradise… 💫
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) April 21, 2020
La scenggiata di Dida.
This is how it feels to be Celtic ♥ https://t.co/4ss8Jf8Nxu
— Yvan 👑 (@24LeRoi) April 21, 2020
I was at this one. Tremendous. https://t.co/lsBo0C11Ly
— steven (@weblivz) April 21, 2020
Goal ratio with big jan was sensational tho
— Mcgregor (@McgregorC90) April 21, 2020
My first champions league game. Will never forget it
— Barry Kerrigan (@BKerrigan46) April 21, 2020
What a game that was. Up there with one of my favorites. I was at the Celtic bar, Joxer Daly, in LA. 11.45am kick off. That goal. That beautifully timed, exquisitely handled, last minute goal. Paradise rocked and every supporters pub shook along. My drive home was pure elation. https://t.co/9C4ReD9yVc
— Ross McCall 🍀🏴 (@maccageezer) April 22, 2020
Worth getting absolutely soaked for. Too busy celebrating to notice the bam who ran onto the pitch and gave Dida a wee love tap https://t.co/Bj2BNSvhhw
— Franky Bonfanti (@FrankyB88) April 22, 2020
Celtic fans, was this one of your best nights in Europe? Comment below!
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