Stevie Chalmers, who scored Celtic's winner in the 1967 European Cup final, has died, the club have announced.
Chalmers was part of the club's Lisbon Lions team that defeated Inter Milan and became the first British club to lift the famous trophy.
The Scotland forward spent 12 seasons at Celtic, scoring 236 goals, and also played for Morton and Partick Thistle.
His death at 83 comes a week after Billy McNeill, who captained the Lisbon Lions, passed away aged 79.
Chalmers, who scored three times and won five caps for Scotland, won four league titles, three Scottish Cups and four League Cups with Celtic.
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