Brown curled home a stunning goal from distance against arch-rivals Rangers in a clash at Ibrox back in 2011, which sparked jubilant scenes from the club’s fans.
Instead of celebrating with the club’s supporters though, Brown opted to celebrate in front of former Rangers forward El Hadji Diouf with outstretched arms, which certainly went down well with the Celtic Park faithful at the time.
It’s been a frustrating season for Brown and his Celtic team-mates this term though, with the Bhoys currently sat second in the Scottish Premiership table, and an eye-opening 23 points adrift of league-leaders Rangers after 25 matches in this year’s campaign.
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The 35-year-old has made 28 appearances in all competitions this season, and will be hoping to see their side make it back-to-back wins in the Scottish Premiership, when they return to action on Saturday against Motherwell.
Neil Lennon’s side thrashed Kilmarnock 4-0 in their most recent match, and will be eager to finish this year’s campaign, with the league title slipping away from them rapidly.
Plenty of the Celtic Park faithful reacted to the club’s social post on the celebration from Brown.
Take a look at the best of the reaction from Twitter below…
“Scott Brown is a legend and another victim of the horrific mismanagement of this season by Lennon and by the board.”
“For crying out loud, we’re wishing goal celebrations happy birthday now.”
“This is embarrassing, we have been embarrassed by teams all season and now we are celebrating celebrations.”
“Sad to say it but the legacy of the ten years that followed is now a train wreck. Time for change.”
“Really scraping the barrel these days.”
“The celebration is iconic to Celtic fans.”
“Seriously? Since you’re at it any chance you could celebrate the first birthday of releasing the review?”
“Get this in the bin. This is embarrassing.”