TOM ROGIC was over the moon to see his international team mate Ajdin Hrustic lift the Europa League trophy.
The Aussie duo link up for Graham Arnolds Socceroos and have almost 70 caps for their country between them.
Rogicleft Glasgow after almost ten years at the end of the Premiership season and had plenty of Old Firm bouts withRangersduring his time in Glasgow.
And theCeltichero was clearly relived to see his countryman take down his old rivals too - taking to social media to send his applause.
He uploaded the same image of the Frankfurt star no fewer than three times to his Instagram story ahead of kick-off.
And the messages continued after full-time too when he added a picture of Hrustic holding the Europa League trophy - as well as one with his account handle alongside a kissing emoji.
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Former Schalke 04 and Nottingham Forest youngster Hrustic converted one of the five perfect penalties that leftAllan McGregorwith no chance in the Rangers goal.
His Eintracht side came from behindthanks to an equaliser from Rafael Borre and made it to the shootout after an incredible last minute stop from goalkeeper Kevin Trapp.
Joe Aribohad putGiovanni van Bronckhorstsmen ahead just before the hour mark as they went within heart-breaking distance of achieving European glory.
Rogic is a free agent after opting to depart Celtic Park ahead of the new season.
He joined from Central Coast Mariners in 2013 and won a mightily impressive 16 trophies in green and white.
Meanwhile,Hibernian have appointed ex-Hearts man Lee Johnson as their new manager.
The former Jambos midfielder takes over from Shaun Maloney who was sacked last month arriving at Easter Road on a FOUR-year deal.
Johnson was previously in charge at Oldham, Barnsley, Bristol City and Sunderland and will be charged with resurrecting Hibs fortunes after their failed top six bid this season.
A statement read: Hibernian FC is delighted to welcome Lee Johnson as the Clubs new Manager.
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The 40-year-old has signed a four-year deal at Easter Road and will be joined by his own coaching staff who will be announced in due course.
David Gray will also continue as First Team Coach.
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