'What a feeling': Hoops hero shares moments from emotional visit to Celtic Park
CELTIC hero Mikael Lustig has shared snippets of the first time he returned to Parkhead since 2019.
The former Hoops player visited Celtic Park on Saturday with his family.
He previously spent seven and a half years with the club.
Lustig spoke with fans during half-time at the game against Hibernian, which ended 3-1.
In an Instagram reel, Lustig wrote: "What a feeling to be back at Celtic Park. It's been a long time, it was amazing to see you all again, I've missed you! See you soon."
During the clip, he can be seen taking photos with fans outside the stadium, walking through the tunnel with his family, speaking to fans on the pitch during half-time, and watching the game from the stands with his excited girls.
Moments We Live For by In Paradise was played during the video.
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We previously reported that the Celtic star's wife shared a reel of the family's journey to their "second home".
A caption read: "We are going back to our second home for the first time since we moved in 2019."
It showed clips of the couple's kids dancing during their travels to Glasgow, as well as moments of the family on the plane and arriving at Glasgow Airport.
Lustig will host a night with fans at the OVO Hydro in May, along with former captain Scott Brown.
Following the announcement of the event, he wrote: "Celtic. A club and a support that have a special place in my heart. It is time to go back to my second home, and say a proper farewell and thank you to the fans for all their love and support, and relive some of the incredible moments we shared.
"I am delighted to be able to do this with my captain, and good friend Broony.
"Our event will also support the amazing work of Celtic FC Foundation.
I look forward to seeing you all."