Celtic completed a fourth domestic treble after defeating Hearts in a Scottish Cup final thriller on Sunday.
Neil Lennon’s side squandered a 2-0 lead and a 3-2 advantage at Hampden Park, with the showdown going all the way to penalties.
Conor Hazard was the hero after saving Stephen Kingsley and Craig Wighton’s spot-kicks, with Kristoffer Ajer slamming home the winning penalty.
Leigh Griffiths thought he’d won it with his close-range strike in extra time, and Scott Brown’s reaction to the goal has since gone viral on social media.
The 35-year-old, who won the header which led to Griffiths’ goal, sprinted up to Hearts skipper Steven Naismith and made his feelings known, only to be led away by Ryan Christie and Diego Laxalt.
@Celtic1967_com shared the video shortly after, with the clip viewed over 325,000 times as of Monday lunchtime.
Watch Broony 🤣🤣🤣pic.twitter.com/oEPd1aekJk
— 🍀 Celtic1967.com 🍀 (@Celtic1967_com) December 20, 2020
The post also received over 7,500 likes, with these Hoops fans sharing their love for Brown.
Twitter: Best thing i’ve ever seen id say https://t.co/7za40NQMkK (@DarraghMuff)
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Twitter: @Celtic1967_com Magic (@GeraldBlack68)
Twitter: @Celtic1967_com Broony loves winding up naismith (@1888_Celticbhoy)
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Twitter: @Celtic1967_com We are all Scott brown there (@DanManCelt)
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