Video: Brilliant Rennes Fans Make Young Fan’s Night

DESPITE seeing their side fall to a 3-1 defeat the Rennes visiting support, amassing 2500 in total, were in brilliant form in the away end at Celtic Park.

Having probably booked their flights and accommodation to Glasgow with a view to this being a potential Group E decider, the Rennes fans had to try and make the most of their trip. Especially given the Green Brigade’s controversial ban, the Rennes fans added to the atmosphere – joining in with You’ll Never Walk Alone and beginning the huddle.

The away fans were well received by the Celtic faithful, something that seems quite foreign with a European match at Celtic Park or any game at Celtic Park, the visitors embraced the atmosphere and seemed to love every minute of their trip.

However, one young fan had their night at Paradise made by the Brittany side’s support, as he and his dad left the ground…

Fans closest to the away end were seen trading scarves, which is probably a good advert of what European football should be all about, unlike the unsavoury scenes that occurred at certain grounds.

All the Best to Rennes and their supporters in the rest of the season and hopefully they can finish the campaign with three points against Lazio.

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