Artur Boruc has been pictured among the Legia Warsaw fans at Ibrox tonight.
The Polish side are in Glasgow to take on Steven Gerrard’s side in the second leg of their Europa League qualifying playoff tie.
The game was level at 0-0 from last week’s first leg and continues to be level at the time of writing tonight too.
Legia fans have already made headlines after unveiling a banner of Pope John Paul II before the game.
And another interesting point from the travelling support is former Celtic goalkeeper Boruc – who now plays for Bournemouth – is in the away section:
Celtic fans will love to see Boruc in the away section at Ibrox.
And so will the Legia supporters – as Boruc spent six years as one of their players early in his career.
The Polish goalie made 88 appearances for Legia before moving to Celtic, where he played for five seasons before signing for Fiorentina.