Jeremy Corbyn has revealed Celtic fans were waiting at his hotel to offer him a ticket to a crucial Champions League qualifier earlier this month. 

The Labour leader attended the Parkhead club's away tie with CFR Cluj in Romania after meeting a group of fans on his flight to the eastern European country. 

Having met on the flight, the fans tracked him down and offered Mr Corbyn a chance to join them at the game. 

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And the politician has now revealed that the friends he made on the place were waiting for him at his hotel when he arrived in Transylvania. 

Speaking at an event in Glasgow, Mr Corbyn told constituents about his trip to see the Parkhead side, including the very high temperatures the team faced that night, which rose to 35 degrees. 

Following the match on August 7, he posted on social media about how impressed he was with the team, including Odsonne Edouard.