The aftermath of Rangers' fans celebrations in Glasgow was likened to a 'warzone' by residents, with broken glass and litter all over the streets.

Fans swarmed George Square yesterday on trophy day with flags and flares to celebrate their first premier league triumph in 10 years before disorder broke out in the city.

Shocking videos on social media show major brawls breaking out, a police ring of steel, and missiles being thrown towards officers in central Glasgow.

Rubbish was last left everywhere
Rubbish was last left everywhere

Cops were forced to 'use powers' to disperse Rangers fans after the disorder erupted on the streets with more than 20 people arrested. Three police officers were also injured while carrying out their duty.

Now videos of the aftermath show the sea of broken glass and damage left behind from the title celebrations.

Eyewitnesses were left shocked by the 'disgusting' disruption to the city last night.

Glasgow streets were plastered in broken glass and litter
Glasgow streets were plastered in broken glass and litter

Posting to social media many shared footage of the mayhem and slammed revellers for the damage.

One furious bystander, James Harrison, posted videos on his Twitter saying: "This is absolutely f****** disgusting.

"Glasgow feels like a war zone. This isn't the city I love."

They showed riot police marching through the city centre over broken alcohol bottles and huge piles of litter as they cleared stragglers away.

Now hard working teams from Glasgow City Council have completed a major clean up of the area this morning.

Pictures of the scene show the destruction has been cleared away thanks to hard working staff who worked around the clock.

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Hard working teams from Glasgow City council have completed a major clean up
Hard working teams from Glasgow City council have completed a major clean up

Police Scotland had urged the club’s supporters not to join in a planned march from Ibrox to George Square in the city centre amidst fears of a repeat of the illegal lockdown celebrations which caused furore on the weekend the championship was secured.

But Officers were forced to use their powers to remove crowds of supporters from George Square “due to the level of disorder” in and around the city centre landmark.

The force says that it make use of the powers available under Section 14 of the Public Order Act 1986 - which states that they believe that serious damage or disruption is being caused to the community.

Police Scotland Chief Superintendent Mark Sutherland said last night: "Due to rising level of disorder taking place, and the threat to public safety, in George Square in Glasgow this evening, Police Scotland will make use of powers available to officers under Section 14 of the Public Order Act 1986 to disperse those who have chosen to gather there.

"This decision has not been taken lightly, the senior police officer on the ground will give direct instructions to those gathered and anyone in George Square should leave immediately."