HILARIOUS footage shows the moment a mum’s tender video selfie with her baby is completely ruined by the dad’s raucous goal celebration.
The mother and her 10-week-old son are seen side-by-side enjoying a quiet, intimate moment together.
But the beautiful mood is suddenly ruined by wild, off-camera yelling and screaming from the tot’s football-daft father.
His team, Rangers, had been 2-0 down to Portuguese side Braga and had fought back to 2-2 when the Glasgow side scored the winning goal.
The football fan, known only as Mark and who uses the Rangers-related Twitter handle @couplandroad72, posted the footage to social media.
Blaming the scorer of the goal, Mark, 28, captioned the clip: “Well done [Ianis] Hagi – ruining nice videos of ma baby and his mum. P***k.”
Maria, 31, and baby Jack are seen lying close to each other enjoying a precious moment of quiet time.
Maria can be heard saying: “Who’s that? Who’s that wee boy?”
A few seconds of silence pass as baby Jack looks at the camera.
The silence is interrupted as Mark screams out: “Yas! Yas! F****** hell man! Yas!”
Mark can then be heard laughing in the background.
Mark continues to celebrate the 82nd minute winner, yelling: “Yas! F****** yas! Oh my god!”
The baby’s eyes widen as his amused mum asks: “Can you hear your Dad?”
The video has been well received by Twitter users who find the clip hilarious.
@Pena_Cartel said: “That’s what it’s about, superb.”
@MBS1872 commented: “This is amazing.”
@StaunchForever posted: “This is brilliant. Can relate to this so much.”
@Cameron16Dean also commented: “This is one a the best videos I’ve ever seen man.”
Rangers welcomed S.C. Braga to Ibrox last night as part of the Europa League last 32 knock-out stage.
The Glasgow side went down 2-0 with 40 minutes to play after Braga scored in the eleventh and fifty-ninth minute.
However, a turn around in play came after midfielder Ianis Hagi scored with just 23 minutes left on the clock.
This was then followed by a goal from Joe Aribo and yet another goal from Ianis Hagi, all within 15 minutes of each other.