IBROX was literally shaking as Rangers fans went bananas following Scott Arfield’s opener against Liverpool.
The former Burnley midfielder burst through the middle of the gaping hole in the Reds’ defence.
And he kept his cool after breezing past Joe Gomez and Ibrahima Konate to slot into the bottom corner past Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson.
Arfield sent the 50,000-seater stadium wild as they witnessed Rangers’ first Champions League goal since 2010.
The ex-Canada international slid on the turf as supporters let out their cheers.
And the celebrations were so intense that the cameras were visibly wobbling high in the stands as the whole Glasgow ground bounced.
Fans were in awe of the incredible scenes and took to Twitter with their comments – five months after the TV gantry was rocked as Gers reached the Europa League final.
One said: “Look at that camera bounce!”
Another wrote: “Ibrox on European nights 😍😍”
A third added: “That camera shake gave me motion sickness. Ibrox is bouncing.”
A fourth replied: “BT Sport camera bouncing at Ibrox after that goal is a vibe.”
And a final user commented: “The atmosphere is always so incredible.”