CELTIC fans came together during their Europa League tie with CFR Cluj to remember tragic teenager Liam Hendry. 

The 18-year-old died after he was deliberately hit by a white van in Barrowfield Street in the city's East End on Sunday morning.

A social media campaign, which was shared thousands of times, was started to get fans to participate in the memorial. 

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As a result, a minutes applause was held in the 18th minute of Thursday's crucial tie with the Romanian side.

The gesture comes after a fundraiser was set up in the aftermath of Liam's death. 

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This has now amassed over £5,700 of donations since his death at the weekend. 

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Earlier this week we reported that a murder investigation was under way into Liam death. 

The attack also left a second man, 30, fighting for his life in hospital.

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Officers have asked anyone with information on the attack to get in touch.