The number 63 has taken on new status in recent times, with his arms outstretched at a slightly misty Hampden it was clear to see what the result meant to the hoops defender.
Some of your finest work here my man
— Chris McQueer (@ChrisMcQueer_) December 2, 2018
Great photos Geo! #hh David
— Celtic news now (@Celticnewsnow) December 2, 2018
Great pics. The KT one is iconic and would make a great poster.
— DancingBhoy (@DancingBhoy) December 2, 2018
Unreal man ???? had a wee swatch through them there. They’re all quality as usual
— Baz (@BarryMcGonigle) December 2, 2018
The KT shot looks like going viral but I still prefer the Christie image 🙂
— Alex McLaughlan (@alexmclaughlan) December 2, 2018
Every fan inside Hampden knows the Tierney feeling, the joy of another Celtic success multiplied by whatever factor you wish by being part of the successful team on the pitch.
Aberdeen battled and scrapped all the way but so did Ryan Christie as he demonstrated just before half time with the goal that settled the match.
Anticipating Dedryck Boyata’s raking pass the midfielder raced onto the ball, when his first shot was blocked he reacted first to the rebound and stuck the ball in the roof of the net.