Celtic fans are still buzzing after last night’s colossal victory in Rome.
Following the script of the first leg, the Hoops came from behind to score a late winner.
James Forrest’s rocket levelled things for Celtic in the first half before a rollercoaster ride in the second.
The Bhoys passed up several golden opportunities, with Fraser Forster pulling some stunning saves out of the bag at the other end to keep Neil Lennon’s men on level terms.
Just as it looked as if the game was going to finish with a crucial point in the bag, Odsonne Edouard latched onto a loose ball and drove forward.
Not for the first time over the two games, Celtic found themselves with men spare.
This time, they made it count. Eddied slipped the ball into the path of Ntcham, steaming in on a lung-bursting run.
His first touch looked a little heavy, but Ntcham coolly lifted the ball over Strakosha to send the large travelling support, and those watching across the world, into raptures.
Just as Chris Sutton was going nuts on BT Sport, Brazilian TV gave it the big Goooooooaaaaaaaal treatment.
Ntcham’s classy finish wouldn’t look out of place in the famous yellow jersey, so why not enjoy it again with a dash of Brazilian flair from the commentary box, courtesy of AR on Twitter?
It’s a goal that will be watched over and over again and never get tired.
Not only did it secure qualification with two games left to play, and earn Celtic a win on Italian soil for the first time, but it broke the hearts of one of the most rancid mob of opposition fans whose very presence sully the beautiful game.
And, just like Mussolini, Celtic fans were head over heels.