Some Celtic fans were loving club's use of Tsunami song at half-time vs Kilmarnock

By John McGinley

February 23, 2020

Some Celtic supporters were loving the stadium DJ’s change to our half-time music today, with the club playing the song ‘Tsunami’ after it was used by Europa League opponents Copenhagen on Thursday.

The Danish side unleashed the bounce-along banger at the interval, with both the home and away fans joining in with jubilant scenes in the stands.

It prompted a flood of social media videos across platforms, one of which you can see via Twitter below.

Celtic, clearly inspired by the night’s events, then used it against Kilmarnock on Sunday, perhaps hoping to make it a regular thing at Hoops matches moving forward.

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The effect may have been less impressive, with the atmosphere against the Ayrshire side not quite at the levels of the Parken Stadium through the week, but if the club opts to use it again for the second leg on Thursday night then a great moment could be enjoyed by all.

Perhaps even utilising it during the pre-match ‘lights show’ could add a bit of drama to proceedings before the teams come out of the tunnel.

Ultimately the best way to ensure a cracking atmosphere this week is with a good performance from Neil Lennon’s Bhoys.

Celtic fans at Celtic Park / (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

With the tie in the balance at 1-1, we need to go out and play for the win with aggression and no fear.

Backed by a sold-out and fiercely loud Celtic Park, with or without Tsunami, the expectation is that Lennon’s team get the job done.

These fans took to Twitter today to share their thoughts on the club’s use of the tune today…