STREETS in Glasgow were left covered in litter after Celtic fans took over the city yesterday.

Supporters gathered in Merchant City to celebrate the club's title win yesterday afternoon.

Footage has appeared on social media showing a large amount of mess leftover.

A video posted on Facebook has been shared more than 1,100 times.

Thousands of cans, bottles and plastic bags were seen strewn across several streets and pavements and hundreds of fans continued to party.

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Another video posted on Twitter has also been widely shared. 

We reported last night that Chief Superintendent Mark Sutherland addressed the "unacceptable" level of littering and anti-social behaviour.

Meanwhile, Glasgow City Council today confirmed that they were well-prepared for the situation and that their teams worked during the night to ensure the area was back to normal. 

A council spokesperson said: “Our cleansing staff were prepared in advance to start the clear up as soon as fans started to disperse from the Merchant City. 

“Our nightshift were in place from 10pm onwards and another team is back in the area this morning to make sure things are back to normal.”