Celtic fans have taken great delight in Leicester’s defeat to Watford in Brendan Rodgers’ first match in charge for the Foxes.
Feelings are still running high amongst the Hoops support after Rodgers walked out of the club on the eve of a crucial league visit to Tynecastle, an action that may never be forgiven by many.
All eyes were on today’s match at Vicarage Road between the Horents and Leicester, with Andre Gray’s last minute in a 2-1 victory sparking scenes of great delight on Celtic social media.
The former Hoops boss looked gutted after the match as the Watford stadium DJ blared out known Celtic anthem ‘Just Can’t Get Enough’.
It’s justice done and glorious karma in the eyes of many supporters with Rodgers considered to have done the dirty on the Hoops at a critical time of the season.
Everyone will be watching to see if his reign at Leicester hits the buffers early.
These Celtic fans took to Twitter to share their thoughts on Watford’s win…
Watford play "Just Can't Get Enough" over the PA system after ruining Brendan Rodgers debut as Leicester manager.???? https://t.co/GFhrGEzFV7
— Brian McNally (@McNallyMirror) March 3, 2019
Brother Watford CSC.
The sad thing is Brendan Rodgers wouldn't even understand this tweet.
— – (@Tam_Selleck) March 3, 2019
Mind Rodgers enjoyed that late winner from broony against killie that won us the league? Hope that late Watford winner fucking hurt.
— Paul Boyle (@PaulB_67) March 3, 2019
The stadium DJ https://t.co/2IXPQ2Shj5
— The Grand Auld Podcast (@FritzAGrandAuld) March 3, 2019
???????????? top trolling guys well done
— Geo (@Brycie59) March 3, 2019
Please pass on my thanks to the person who played that tune at full-time.
You have a new fan today
— ObiwanShinobi (@Amaroquai) March 3, 2019
I was born just up the road from Watford in central Scotland so it’s always been my local team. Good job today lads.
— Paul Skelton (@paulskelton181) March 3, 2019
Well done Watford, good win today well deserved ???????????? pic.twitter.com/w66tRJ95kX
— hoopslad67 (@hoopslad67) March 3, 2019