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Rangers fans lit up the River Clyde with flares last night ahead of their historic crowning as Scottish champions and the footage is remarkable to watch.
Steven Gerrard's side will receive their first Scottish Premiership title in over a decade later today after a fantastic season.
But fans were eager to get the celebrations going on Friday and at around 10:30pm, flares lit up the city of Glasgow for all to see.
Politicians in Scotland have urged fans to follow relevant social distancing rules while celebrating what is a momentous occasion.
Supporters can be heard chanting 'Champeones' in the videos above while also wildly celebrating together.
Social media have reacted to the scenes online and they're in awe at the atmosphere generated.
That is outstanding, honestly amazing!! A love the club, the fans, everything! So passionate:flag_gb::heart_eyes: https://t.co/l2Islj1p4S- Hannah McInnes (@_HannahMcInnes_) May 14, 2021
Wow, got to say that is very impressive! https://t.co/XczaUFM2z2- Gaz Brown (@Gaz23Brown) May 15, 2021
Best fans in the world :trophy::flag_gb::blue_heart: https://t.co/lfifr3hcrJ- RjMoore (@RjMoore78249834) May 15, 2021
As good as it gets:sunglasses: Glasgow Rangers Champions:flag_gb: https://t.co/LZzBOs7F1g- Cosh (@CalumCoshh) May 14, 2021
Rangers are playing Aberdeen in their final game of the season and Gerrard and his players were given a heroes welcome on Saturday morning.
Sky Sports filmed the squad arriving for their game and supporters have already surrounded the coach to celebrate with blue flares.
Scott Arfield and Alfredo Morelos could be seen waving as they stepped off the coach and Gerrard had a huge smile on his face.
Rangers players have been given a heroes welcome by the fans outside the Ibrox stadium :flag_black: pic.twitter.com/8ygyWOXOJJ- Football Daily (@footballdaily) May 15, 2021
It is a personal milestone for the former Liverpool midfielder, who feels he made the right decision stepping into management.
"I think from the outside, not many people believed I was the right person," he said on Friday per BBC Sport. "I understood people saying I was a rookie and inexperienced and that the job was too big, I get all that.
"But when Rangers came I mentioned the feeling... I had a vision and I saw that opportunity to try and get to this point of becoming a champion and getting Rangers back where they belong.
Featured Image Credit: GordonReid91 & Steph Brawn/Twitter
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