A lot of Celtic fans are loving a post on Twitter by the club showing highlights of their victory against Kilmarnock which includes the title-winning goal in the final moments of the match.
It was one of the more stressful ways to claim the title, as the Hoops saw themselves drawing 1-1 with Killie back in 2007, via BBC Sport.
It looked like it was going to end as a draw, however Shunsuke Nakamura had one more chance to steal the three points as he lined up for a free kick. He wrong footed the goalkeeper as he curled the ball into the bottom left corner which sent the Celts fans behind the goal into absolute chaos.
It also meant manager Gordan Strachan had achieved the great feat of winning back to back titles in his first two seasons at the club, something which his predecessor Martin O’Neill had done also, via BBC Sport.
Nakamura was adored by the fans during his career in Scotland and with special moments like the one at Killie, it is easy to see why he was such a fan favourite.
Here is what fans had to say following the tweet:
📆 13 years ago today, Shunsuke Nakamura’s last-gasp title-winning free-kick! 🇯🇵🙌
— Celtic Football Club (from 🏡) (@CelticFC) April 22, 2020
@andywilson1888 What a day this was. Wish we had camera phones back then. Some of the memories!
— El Captain (@elcaptainkp) April 22, 2020
I remember that day well 🍀😀 can’t believe it was 13 years ago 😳
— Andy Wilson (@andywilson1888) April 22, 2020
13 years 😭😭😭
What a day
— The Badgerino (@TheGolfBadger) April 22, 2020
A beautiful moment ☘🍀🍀
— Celtic bhoy 1888 (@Celticbhoy18884) April 22, 2020
Behind the goal that day, what an atmosphere, amazing 🍀
— Celtic Fanz9ne🍀🏆 (@celticfanzone) April 22, 2020
Watched this in a bar in Paphos which had quickly become a Celtic venue for the day.
Place went absolutely tonto when Naka scored
— Wladek Wolanski (@Spartackle) April 22, 2020
Celtic fans, was this one of your favourite wins in that campaign? Comment below!
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