The Celtic supporters who travelled to Pittodrie on Sunday appear to have thoroughly enjoyed seeing their side run out 2-1 winners against Aberdeen, with many celebrating by singing a Rangers chant in a video posted on Twitter by @CarlinCharlie.
Neil Lennon’s men momentarily opened up a 13-point gap to their rivals with the victory last weekend, before Rangers’ 1-0 win over Livingstone closed it back to 10.
Callum McGregor opened the scoring in the 10th minute, just as Celtic had done in their previous visit to Pittodrie, when they blew the Dons away with a 4-0 win.
The home side were up for the fight this time around however, and equalised through Ash Taylor in the first-half, before Kristoffer Ajer popped up with the winning goal for Celtic nine minutes from time.
Midway through the game, the travelling support were filmed singing the brilliant “Bye Bye Rangers” chant, in a video uploaded to Twitter by @NCCeltic.
Celtic’s on the ball again pic.twitter.com/NYY1Kf6Zsz
— North Curve Celtic (@NCCeltic) February 16, 2020
Yes, nine-in-a-row is ours
No, there's still a long way to go
And following the win, another video emerged of Celtic fans, this time stealing Rangers’ ‘Welcome to the party’ chant, as they celebrated moving one step closer to a ninth consecutive league title.
Twitter: Ladies and gentleman welcome to the party 💚 https://t.co/YptIPRlow6 (@CarlinCharlie)