INCREDIBLE footage has captured an Ibrox cameraman literally bouncing as Rangers fans celebrated last night's Europa League semi-final victory over RB Leipzig.

Trailing 1-0 from the first-leg in Germany the Light Blues skipper James Tavernier levelled the tie in the 18th minute with a close-range finish before midfielder Glen Kamara drove in a terrific second just six minutes later.

France striker Christopher Nkunku levelled the tie in the 70th minute with a smart volley but Gers midfielder John Lundstram fired in with 10 minutes remaining to book a place in the Seville final against another Bundesliga outfit Eintracht Frankfurt, who got past West Ham in the other semi-final.

The victory sparked wild celebrations and Grant Phillips, executive producer on Sunset & Vine's BT Sport, shared a video from the shaking television gantry.

Fans can be heard singing John Lundstram's new song to the tune of Belinda Carlisle's 'Heaven is a place on earth'.

Reacting to the result last night, Giovanni van Bronckhorst said: “The interaction with the fans was amazing.

“I played so many games here as a player and from last November as a manager but the atmosphere was incredible. That helped a lot.

“You could see the celebrations afterwards, we were happy, we were celebrating to reach the final, also in the locker room and it was really nice.

“But we ended the atmosphere of partying and took a moment to let the achievement sink in and have a really nice toast for Jimmy the kitman who I am sure was watching from above and we toasted his life and achievements, what he has done for this club.

“We will miss him for the rest of our lives and again in Seville we will prepare for another proud moment for this club.”