Celtic captain Scott Brown has signed picture of himself getting punched for charity.
The Hoops star penned the canvas of the famous Ryan Kent jab for charity.
The auction money raised will go to help McMillan cancer support in Lanarkshire.
Kent himself also put his name down on the picture, doubling its value.
Scott Brown signs unflattering picture
Broony celebrated 12 years at the club by signing the image for the Shotts charity event next month.
A Rangers select side will face off against a Shotts select team at the junior club’s stadium.
Afterwards, the Brown and Kent canvas will go to the floor for the highest bid.
The lucky bidder’s money will go to help the local cancer charity.
Broony has always been a strong supporter as his sister lost her fight with the disease aged 21.
The image doesn’t flatter the captain as he takes a sore one of his Rangers counterpart at Celtic Park in March.
Kent was banned for two games retrospectively following the derby defeat.
Both men will be happy something positive for everyone came from the aggressive incident.
Rivalry was set aside by fans of both sides too who congratulated the pair for the kind gesture.
Fans thank Scott Brown for signature
Supporters took to Twitter to give their thanks to the Celtic captain for signing the image.
Scott Brown has shown by this act that he is a true legend rising above the on field and off field efforts to show him in a bad light.
— Adamate12 (@adamate12) 16 May 2019
Fair play to him for this btw.
— David Nimmo (@Nimsay1872) 16 May 2019
well done to both for leaving the on field rivalry on field.
— davidmccann (@davidmccann12) 16 May 2019
I couldn’t care less if Rangers never win another game, I couldn’t care less if they win every game forever more. Why? Because I support my team no matter what, nothing else makes me lose sleep or ruin my life. This shows what it is, a game. Well done to both.
— Steve murray (@stevemurr84) 16 May 2019
That’s a complete class act by Broony. Fair play to the man.
— Stevie Gault (@StevieGaultPal) 16 May 2019
Dont like scott brown for the 90 minutes we play them. But this is class fair play👏🏻
— ElHunMonk (@HunMonk) 16 May 2019
The current bid stands at £450.
The owner of the canvas says Broony signed it first showing the mark of the man.
Well done, captain – forever setting the fine example of this football club.