Celtic star Tony Watt has revealed that scoring against Barcelona in their 2-1 victory was the best moment of his life.
The 18-year-old raced on to Fraser Forster’s ball forward and tapped the ball past Victor Valdes to put the Scottish side 2-0 up.
And he has admitted he still can’t quite believe they managed to beat the Catalan giants in the Champions League.
"It'll take a couple of hours to sink in,” Watt said. “I just saw [Victor] Valdes, I thought to put it to the side of him and it might go in.
"It's probably the best moment of my life, I'll look back at it when I'm older and think 'We've just beaten Barcelona in the Champions League' - there's nothing better."
While goalkeeper Fraser Forster, who was outstanding throughout the game, also couldn’t quite believe they had beaten the La Liga side.
He added: "It's tremendous, I don't think words can describe it," Forster told Sky Sports Two. "We put in so much effort at the Nou Camp and couldn't see it through, and tonight we've seen it through.
"We had a good look two weeks ago and we knew what we wanted to do. Everyone was tremendous, everyone played their part tonight.
"We defended really well and Tony came on and scored a great goal; his goals-to-games ratio is incredible."