Rod Stewart put on some Alfresco entertainment at half time during the Glasgow derby.
While others made themselves familiar with the hospitality on offer the legendary Celtic fan returned to the Directors Box to join in with the Public Address system.
‘Grace’ was being played with Stewart singing along to his own tune!
Rod at celtic park pic.twitter.com/abBIsedgDi
— Eddie McGaw (@ferryeddie13) March 31, 2019
Celtic were leading 1-0 and had an extra player at that time but there was plenty of drama to follow in the second half.
Sloppy defending allowed Ryan Kent to equalise, soon after injuries to Kieran Tierney and Dedryck Boyata meant that Celtic were also playing with ten.
Like the best ballads however there was a happy ending when James Forrest steered the ball into the net in the 86th minute but at the final whistle the anger of the losers spilled over as they attacked victorious skipper Scott Brown.
The victory took Celtic 13 points clear at the top of the SPFL with just seven matches left to play.