Rod Stewart enjoyed his day at Hampden Park by winding up Rangers fans during Celtic’s 4-0 in the Scottish Cup semi-final.
Celtic joined in after the game with an Instagram post poking fun at their rivals.
Singer Stewart was filmed waving and blowing kisses at the Rangers fans with his son as Celtic were winning. Some Rangers fans around the 73-year-old took exception to his antics and shouted back at him.
It led to Stewart, a prominent Celtic supporter, being told off by stewards for his actions.
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After the game, Celtic celebrated with a cheeky Instagram post making light of the belief that Rangers wanted to draw Celtic in the semi-final clash.
A picture of the Celtic players celebrating Moussa Dembele’s second-half goal was accompanied by the caption: “Be careful what you wish for...”
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Celtic captain Scott Brown also had a cheeky dig, as he said after the match that he never had any doubts the game would go his team’s way.
“We knew from start to finish we were going to dominate it today,” he said on Sky Sports.
On the fact Rangers players cheered when they were drawn to face Celtic, he added: “They can cheer as much as they want, I don’t think they will be cheering tonight.”
Celtic’s social media had been of interest before the game when the club’s official Twitter account referred to “the Ibrox side” rather than Rangers.