The Greeks were in Glasgow for the first leg of their third round qualifier and it ended up being a good trip for all involved as Marinos Ouzounidis’ side earned a 1-1 draw.
Plenty of AEK fans showed up for the game, watching on as Viktor Klonaridis hit what could be a pivotal away goal after Callum McGregor had given the hosts the lead.
Celtic supporters welcomed the away supporters to the ground before the game and one fan reciprocated that kind treatment by gifting his strip to a young Hoops fan in a wheelchair.
Climbing over into the Celtic end, the Greek supporter had a chat with the youngster before handing over the strip:
This is amazing, an AEK Athens fan last night at Celtic Park giving his shirt to a young fan in the Celtic end. Really is great to see. 👏🏼 pic.twitter.com/r58sJRY7Xu
— Football Away Days (@FBAwayDays) August 9, 2018
That is a classy gesture from the AEK supporter – something he definitely didn’t need to do.
Celtic will travel to the Greek capital next week for the second leg of their Champions League tie and they’ll have a big job on to get the result they need to advance.