European nights are always a sight to behold with clubs from various corners of the continent battling it out on the big stage.
The atmosphere in and around the stadiums hosting the event is sublime with fans exhilarated to see their sides trade blows with some of the best clubs in Europe.
Such was the case in Parken Stadium as “Tsunami” ripped through the arena in the Europa League clash between FC Copenhagen and Scottish Premiership giants Celtic.
The home and away fans bounced in harmony as the beat dropped in one of the all time greatest EDM tracks ever at half-time.
Celtic fans took to social media to share this euphoric experience in Denmark –
Tsunami at half time was unreal🤣 pic.twitter.com/jmZFeS2wbw— Ryan (@RyanMc1967) February 21, 2020
Such is the synergy between the fans, it makes their trip to the stadium worth every penny and sets up the kind of content the internet likes to see.
As for Celtic, they take back home a relatively positive result thanks to Odsonne Edouard’s goal and Fraser Forster’s heroics with the penalty save.
The Celts faithful would envisage repeating the chant in the return leg at the Celtic Park, which, with its capacity of 60,411, would be absolutely deafening.