CELTIC are in Poland tonight as they take on Shakhtar Donetsk on matchday two of the Champions League groups.

Ange Postecoglou's men are aiming for the first points of the UEFA competition having lost 3-0 to Real Madrid last time out. 

The game is taking place in Warsaw due to the ongoing conflict in Ukraine at the hands of Russia.

Celtic's match against Livingston at the weekend was postponed due to the passing of Queen Elizab

eth II last Thursday.

All other matches in the UK were called off too as a mark of respect to the late monarch.

UEFA confirmed earlier today that no minutes' silence would take place prior to the game in Poland tonight.

Both sets of players are wearing black armbands in Her Majesty's memory.

However, the sentiment clearly wasn't shared by an element of the travelling Celtic support - as some made their views on the Royal Family clear.

A black banner with the words 'F*** the crown' was displayed as the teams emerged from the tunnel.

Another banner mocked the loss of the Queen too. It read: "Sorry for your loss Michael Fagan."

The reference was to the intruder who broke into the Queen’s Buckingham Palace bedroom in 1982.

It sparked an apology from BT Sport's commentators who were clearly disappointed with the displays.

Early in the match, there was also a chant of: “If you hate the royal family, clap your hands."