Video: Artur Boruc in a Celtic jersey ahead of farewell fixture

Artur Boruc has warmed up in a Celtic jersey as the Polish keeper bows out of professional football with a friendly between Legia Warsaw and Ange Postecoglou’s Scottish Champions. Boruc would make 221 appearances for Celtic, earning a number of plaudits as well as winning three League titles, two league cups and one Scottish Cup.

Maybe we will see Boruc playing in a Celtic top for a final time this evening…

Boruc, who signed from Legia Warsaw in 2005, was nicknamed the ‘Holy Goalie’ by supporters due to the fact he blessed himself before he entered the goal, which obviously upset Rangers supporters for some reason.

Here are a few of the ‘keeper’s best moments in a Celtic shirt which include that brilliant penalty save against Louis Saha in the Champions League and countless brave saves.

However, here is the sensational moment that the Holy Goalie grabbed a ‘Champions’ flag out the Free Broomloan and decided to run it along back to the tunnel, winding up those that remained in Ibrox.

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