Celtic have posted highlights from April 2003 which show the clubs victory over Old Firm rivals Rangers, and features a sweet strike from John Hartson.
The match played at Ibrox has been famously dubbed ‘Beachball Sunday’ due to the large amount of beachballs Hoops fans chucked onto the pitch.
The Celts won the game thanks to a penalty from Alan Thompson and a John Hartson strike before half-time, via BBC Sport. Rangers did manage to pull one back through Ronald de Boer, but it was not enough. However the Bhoys were more focused on the UEFA Cup as they had just secured a place in the final days before the derby.
Fans mocked Rangers by singing, “You’ll be watching The Bill while we’re in Seville!”, via thecelticwiki. To then get the three points capped off an amazing week in Celtic history.
Celtic fans, who was your favourite striker?
The Hoops have had a lot to brag about as of late, as they look to win their ninth title in a row. They are currently in first place and 13 points ahead of their rivals, via BBC Sport.
Many fans loved these highlights and gave massive praise to Henrik Larsson for his contributions in the match.
Here is what they had to say following the tweet:
👂 Thompson penalty
😏 Hartson's strike
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) April 27, 2020
The touch from Henrik! 😍
— Markie_bhoy (@TheLoagster) April 27, 2020
That touch from Larsson for Hartsons goal 👌
— Andrew Cooper (@AndrewCooper_80) April 27, 2020
What a player agathe was on his day 🙌
— Paul (@Saor_Alba1320) April 27, 2020
The assist from Larsson at 0:45. My word. pic.twitter.com/QGkDj1d6ao
— David Childs (@DavidChilds) April 27, 2020
Larsson dropping back inty midfield and winning the baw off the almighty Barry for the first then setting up the second, aww honestly wit a man https://t.co/M564kDJubw
— kieran byrnes (@kbyrnes95) April 27, 2020
Larsson work rate for the first, the touch for the second 😍 https://t.co/3HYk8ufRRG
— Joe McCourt (@joe_mccourt5) April 27, 2020
Celtic fans, who was your favourite player from this squad? Comment below!
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