Celtic’s 4-1 win over St. Johnstone saw the Hoops bag more than merely three more points, as the spectacle at Celtic Park at the end of the game was much more memorable.
Celtic fans displayed overwhelming support for Scott Sinclair after the player was subjected to a shameful incident of racism during their game against Rangers at Ibrox last week.
Brilliant scenes at the end of the game saw Tierney speak to manager Brendan Rodgers before accompanying Sinclair over to the stands where fans welcomed their midfielder with chants of the famous Sinclair song.
Amidst resounding support in the form of loud cheers and banners by fans of both sides, Sinclair held up a t-shirt to the crowd which read: “Love Celtic, Hate Racism”
The club also put up a clipping of the incident on their official Twitter account with the words, “We are Celtic – and we say NO to Racism.”
Watch the amazing Celtic moment unfurl below –
Love Celtic. Hate Racism. Tierney asks Brendan then leads Sinclair over. This is what it MEANS to be Celtic. pic.twitter.com/R2tP9XB53h
— RaisedOnCeltic (@Raised_OnCeltic) May 6, 2017