A bottle of Champagne has been served to the Celtic supporters after the side beat the reigning champions in Dublin.
The club has been in the news in recent weeks for an incident in which a man was assaulted and kicked out of a Celtic game in the city’s east end.
The incident prompted calls for the club to change its mascot, and the new Celtic mascot, a pig.
The fans, who had been waiting for the game to start, had taken the opportunity to celebrate with a pint of Champagnes when they were told the game was over.
“A bit of champagne has been given out,” a Celtic supporter said.
“I’d like to give it to the people in the crowd, the supporters.
It’s a bit of a surprise that we got the result.”
The supporters said the bottle of beer was handed to them by a member of the media who works at the Celtic Park, and they were informed by a club spokesperson that the bottle had been served.
A Celtic spokesperson said: “It’s not a drink.
It has a bottle inside.
There’s a bottle on the table.
There are no bottles in the bar.
We’re not allowed to serve people drinks outside the bar.”
A spokesman for the Irish Football Association said: “[The bottle] is a bottle, and we don’t serve people in our bar.
It is the behaviour of the people who are outside who are disrespectful.”
A spokesperson for the Celtic Football Club said: [The bottle was] not given to us.
“The spokesperson said the club was working to “address the issue” and that the club’s mascot had been “shoved out of the way”.
A spokesperson from the Dublin Rathdown district council said: ‘The council is aware of an incident that occurred at the match between Celtic and Dublin Rathdowns this afternoon, and has been informed of the incident.’
We are working to address the issue and have invited the club and its supporters to come and see the work we have been doing to address this issue.”