Celtic have had many amazing nights in the Champions League and every fan would have a different story to tell, but Nakamura scoring that world-class free-kick to defeat a very good Manchester United team would always be at the top.

It was 2006 in the Champions League and Manchester United had already just edged a win against Celtic in the first face-off, where Ferguson’s players managed to win the game 3-2.

But when it came to United coming to Celtic Park and facing Celtic for a second time in the competition, The Hoops were ready for a war and by god did they produce the goods.

United had many chances to score a few goals but nobody could get one past the holy goalie Artur Boruc as the Polish keeper was something special.

The Hoops managed to gain a free-kick around 25 yards out and there was only one man that was a certainty for taking it, the master of the dead-ball Nakamura.

After already scoring a free-kick at Old Trafford, nobody thought the Japanese superstar could do it again and at that range, how we were all wrong, Nakamura magically swerved it past Ed Van Der Sar and put Celtic in the lead and in pole position to advance to the last sixteen.

This free-kick will be spoke about forever in Celtic history, and this fan view clip just demands attention.