Rangers fan was hoping Celtic would get hammered in the Champions League.
Celtic secured qualification to the Europa League group stage last night by holding off fourth placed Anderlecht.
Brendan Rodgers' side needed to avoid a defeat heavier than the 3-0 they beat the Belgians by earlier in the campaign, in order to claim third place in the group.
A 1-0 loss was hardly convincing... but it was enough to get Celtic through.
Rangers supporting striker Oliver McBurnie, of Swansea City, made clear he was hoping for their demise.
McBurnie made clear on Twitter he would be supporting Anderlecht...
Anyone got a spare anderlecht top I can borrow for the night?— Oli McBurnie (@oli_mcburnie) December 5, 2017
McBurnie is a boyhood Rangers fan, and a Scotland under-21 international.
He is on the fringes of Swansea's first team, having made three first team appearances this season for Paul Clement's side.
McBurnie is the top scorer in the Premier League 2, the under-23 league, netting nine goals, and is likely to seek a loan move in January.
Just don't bet on a switch to Celtic.