Footage shows Celtic Park was shaking during Old Firm derby, the stadium was 'literally bouncing'
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The atmosphere inside Celtic Park during Saturday's Old Firm derby between Rangers and Celtic was so electric that the stadium was "literally bouncing".
Celtic extended their lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership to 12 points at the weekend after goals from Kyogo Furuhashi  and Jota sealed an entertaining 3-2 win for Ange Postecoglou's side in Glasgow.
The atmosphere inside Celtic Park was, at times, a tad flat after Scottish police decided to lock out Rangers fans from the stadium due to safety and security concerns after missile throwing at previous matches.
But in the latter stages, the 60,000 capacity stadium was shaking after captain Callum McGregor pumped up the crowd. In fact, a support beam in the frame of the stadium vibrated; such was the intense atmosphere.
As you can see in the footage above, posted by Twitter user @AJC__67, those inside Celtic Park performed the famous 'huddle' celebration – where they turn around, lock arms and bounce up and down while chanting.
Here's how fans reacted to the footage on social media.
One said: "I remember experiencing this in 98 in that stand. Exciting but scary," while another wrote: "Literally made the stadium rock, what a joy to be a part of it."
A third added: "That is actually scary!"
Last year, the famous Celtic chant 'I Just Can't Get Enough' was named the best in world football.
In a detailed list compiling the top 12 chants from around the world, the guys over at 90min en Español placed 'I Just Can't Get Enough' – a song that was started by the Green Brigade back in 2010 – in first place.
Liverpool's famous anthem 'You'll Never Walk Alone' came in second, while the likes of 'Seven Nation Army' by Belgian side Club Brugge and 'Llega el domingo voy a ver al Campeón' by River Plate followed.
Real Madrid's iconic 'Hala Madrid... y nada más' chant also made the top 12 list, but Scottish Premiership champions Celtic were victorious with their catchy tune.
ITV commentator Clive Tyldesley has claimed in the past that Celtic Park has the best atmosphere in European football. Do you agree?
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