PATRICE EVRA hailed the atmosphere at Celtic Park as one of the best on the planet.
And he couldn’t help but troll Liverpool as he feels the Hoops perform the best rendition of ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’.
The Manchester United legend has experienced the Parkhead atmosphere twice in the Champions League.
He made two appearances from the bench as his side failed to win in both encounters.
The former left-back’s first Glasgow game came in 2007 when he featured in Celtic’s famous 1-0 win over the English giants.
Shunsuke Nakamura’s famous free-kick beat Edwin van Der Sar in Man United’s goal to give the Hoops a historic three-pointer in the group stage.
He then returned to the stadium two years later and failed to win once again as the match ended in a 1-1 draw – thanks to Ryan Giggs’ late equaliser.
The Frenchman called the atmosphere at Celtic Park one of the loudest he had ever heard.
And he had a dig at Liverpool saying Celtic sang their beloved club’s anthem better than anyone.
Reflecting on the best European vibes, he said on Youtube: “I think in Turkey, Galatasaray and Besiktas were amazing.
“But you know what atmosphere I also enjoyed was Celtic. It was just amazing.
“We played against Celtic at Manchester United in the Champions League.
“The atmosphere was electric. That’s where you get the real ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’, the real one.”
Meanwhile, Liverpool defender Andrew Robertson has hit back at French police and UEFA for the carnage ahead of the Champions League final.
Liverpool lost 1-0 to Spanish giants Real Madrid last night in the showpiece clash, but their fans also suffered huge delays before the game.
And Scottish skipper Robertson has revealed his own family is caught up in the chaos.
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