Video: Scott Brown Sums Up How Everyone Felt Watching Fraser Forster’s Late Save

Video: Scott Brown Sums Up How Everyone Felt Watching Fraser Forster’s Late Save

Scott Brown summed up exactly how everyone felt watching Fraser Forster’s late save against Lazio.

The Celtic captain led his side to a 2-1 victory over the Serie A outfit tonight.

The win takes them to seven points and top spot in their Europa League group and they had goals from Ryan Christie and Christopher Jullien to thank for goals tonight.

But they were also helped hugely by a great performance by Forster, who produced two outstanding saves in the game.

The first was a point-blank stop to deny Marco Parolo.

And he followed that up with a world class stop to save Danilo Cataldi’s volley.

At full-time, Brown’s reaction pretty much summed up how everyone felt watching the final save:

If you haven’t seen Forster’s save you can in the video above.

Celtic are now in command of the group and will travel to Rome in two weeks knowing a win will take them through to the last 32 of the Europa League.

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