Green smoke fills road as Celtic fans let off flares on trophy day

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Green smoke fills road as Celtic fans let off flares on trophy day
Green smoke fills road as Celtic fans let off flares on trophy day

GREEN smoke filled a road in Cambuslang after dozens of flares were let off ahead of Celtic's match against Motherwell yesterday.

In a video posted on TikTok, supporters could be seen walking away from an island on the road on Main Street after placing several pyrotechnics on the ground.

Green smoke quickly fills the street.

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Vehicles slowly approaching the large smoke cloud were forced to stop.

The loud beeping of horns can then be heard before some of the cars pass through.

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Fans could be heard singing "top of the league, looking down on the Rangers, and the only explanation I can find is the form we have found since Ange has been around, and it's put us at the top of the league".

They climb a fence and run away as sirens can be heard in the distance.

One police vehicle arrives.

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The short clip has since been deleted.

Police Scotland said they did not have an incident report but it may have been dealt with as part of a wider operation in relation to the match.

Thousands of fans gathered in Glasgow's Merchant City to celebrate the club winning the Scottish Premiership trophy.

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