A Rangers hero was spotted among the crowds of fans at Arctic Monkeys' Glasgow gig.

Former Gers midfielder Alex Rae said he had a 'great night with the young team' including his daughter Alexandria at Bellahouston Park on Sunday.

The 53-year-old shared photos of his night on Instagram after the Sheffield rockers wowed the city crowd following their Glastonbury set.

Glasgow-born Rae joined his boyhood heroes Rangers in 2004 and stayed until 2006, the same year Arctic Monkeys released their debut album Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not. 

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It comes after we reported that some locals heard the Cornerstone hitmakers from as much as 30 minutes away.

One person said: "I'm literally 30 mins from Bellahouston Park and I can hear Arctic Monkeys playing tonight. I so wish I could’ve gone."

Another said: "I can hear it up in Eaglesham!"