Celtic players light up Glasgow with Scottish Premiership title celebrations at local bar

Celtic players light up Glasgow with Scottish Premiership title celebrations at local bar

Festus Chuma 19:26 - 16.05.2024

Celtic players celebrated their Scottish Premiership title at Glasgow's Wunderbar bar with fans featuring spirited sing-alongs led by Adam Idah.

Celtic players took their Scottish Premiership celebrations to the streets of Glasgow crowding the Wunderbar cocktail bar just hours after a resounding 5-0 victory over Kilmarnock crowned them league champions. 

The lively festivities saw players and fans merging in jubilation marking a third consecutive title for the Hoops.

As per Daily Record, the city center echoed with cheers on Wednesday evening as Adam Idah and Stephen Welsh led a spirited sing-along, pumping up the crowd with renditions of 'Champions again.' 

The impromptu performance was not just about victory chants; it also showcased a lighter side of the players, with fans playfully commenting on their vocal skills. 

"Think big Adam needs some singing lessons," joked one supporter on social media, sharing clips of the exuberant scene.

This celebration followed a stellar performance at Rugby Park, where Celtic needed just a point against Derek McInnes's Kilmarnock to secure the Premiership title. 

However, they went above and beyond, with Irish striker Idah opening the scoring within the first five minutes. 

Daizen Maeda and James Forrest quickly widened the gap, leaving Kilmarnock reeling by halftime.

 Matt O'Riley's second-half brace not only sealed the match but also underscored Celtic's dominance in Scottish football, with the team clinching their 12th league title in 13 years.

The triumph continued a tradition of victory for Celtic, particularly noted after their critical win over rivals Rangers last Saturday. 

The successive wins not only fortified their standing at the top of Scottish football but also ignited a fervent celebration among the green half of Glasgow.

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