Kenny Miller watched Celtic and Rangers play out a score draw in a packed-out Australian bar.

The former Hoops and Light Blues striker took in the action, a 1-1 draw, among Gers fans from what is believed to be a pub in Oz where Covid protocols have been eased significantly due to a plummeting number of active cases in the country.

Sharing a clip on his Instagram story, Miller wrote: "Let's go", with a red, white and blue emoji.

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The bar was near full to the brim as Gers fans gathered to watch the newly crowned champions take on their rivals at Parkhead.

Miller currently works as assistant head coach at Western Sydney Wanderers.

Scottish football fans had been warned before kick-off to stay away from the stadium or risk arrests and fines after initial fears for the game going on at all without club and supporter assurances being given to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.

And with the country still in a stay-at-home lockdown, no Scots supporters could watch the game from a pub or in a social setting outside of their own bubble.

Alfredo Morelos bagged his first ever goal against Celtic after 15 attempts to level proceedings for Gers after Moi Elyounoussi had scored a diving header to give Celts the lead early doors.