This video shows the crazy scenes that took place across Scotland and the wider world following Leigh Griffiths’ two spectacular goals for the national football team last weekend.
His outstanding free kicks put the squad 2-1 ahead of the Auld Enemy in the World Cup qualifier on Saturday evening, before a Harry Kane equaliser ended any chance of a historic night for the Tartan Army.
The second strike, coming just minutes after the first, caused a “Hampden roar” the likes of which even Scotland boss Gordon Strachan admitted he’d never heard in his entire life.
As Celtic star Griffiths netted his goals there were incredible scenes of euphoria from Hampden itself to pubs and living rooms across Scotland and the wider world.
And this video from the Scottish National Football Team themselves captured all the best moments.
Elsewhere in one Scottish pub a policeman checking in on punters took part in the celebrations.
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While in Dundee one fan was so caught up in the moment he allegedly ended up swinging from a chandelier in the Old Bank Bar on Reform Street.
Police are investigating after the “over-exuberant” supporter caused damage in the Old Bank Bar on Reform Street.
However despite facing our oldest rivals, there was still nothing but respect between the two sides and their fans, as this video proves.