If it comes to endearing goal celebrations, few players have captured the hearts of the Paradise faithful like Mikael Lustig.
In a similar fashion, the full-back donned a police hat after James Forrest bagged his first from the Ibrox side. And who could forget his Ravanelli-style theatrics after scoring in another 5-1 derby triumph of the Invincibles trail?
Having amused fans with some exuberant pretend piano playing at the Lennoxtown gym via Instagram before that week, the defender revealed exactly the exact same screen after netting his first in the national arena.
Lustig scored again before half-time, with the game finishing 4-2 after 90 minutes.
“We came to Hampden to achieve a closing and we did it.”
“We played with quite good football. Evidently, they got a punishment they should not have had and suddenly they got back into the game.”
“It is always hard to play in Europe and immediately return to national competition. We have drawn against St Johnstone and against Hibs, so it’s difficult to perform away from home in Europe and return, but I believe we have demonstrated to everyone that we’re a fantastic team with quality throughout the group.”
“I did not expect to catch two goals. I love to play against Hibs, though, I have scored a couple of goals against them in the past and it is always nice to score.”
“I didn’t hit the ball which wash for the first aim, but it was good enough to obtain the back of the net so I’m happy with that. Now we’re at the final, our principal goal is much more silverware.”
1 month later, and also the Hoops had successfully defended the League Cup. Five weeks after that, plus they’d clinched the Dual Treble.