Rangers fans have adopted a new Pulp Fiction-inspired football chant that first appears to have been belted out by supporters of Dutch giants Ajax Amsterdam.
In the 3-0 victory over Dundee, the Gers support were filmed chanting along to Dick Dale track Misirlou which is famously featured in the Quentin Tarantino classic.
Starting off by humming “Ooh, Oh-oh-ohhh, oh-oh-oohh”, the fans then sing Glasgow Rangers followed by a series of “dus” to the tune of the track.
The iconic guitar riff is synonymous with the famous 90s movie and the moment you click play on this it’ll be instantly recognisable.
In the movie Pulp Fiction, the song is used in the iconic scene at the start of the film with the riff kicking in just after the character played by Amanda Plummer exclaims “I’ll execute every last one of you”.
A football variation of the song appears to have been first made popular by fans of legendary Euro side Ajax who simply chant “Ajax Amsterdam” instead of Glasgow Rangers.
The chant was heard and filmed during the 3-0 Scottish Cup win over Dundee at Dens Park, with Connor Goldson, James Tavernier and Fashion Sakala getting on the scoresheet.
It also follows a serious of Rangers chants which have grabbed headlines this season as the vocal Ibrox support praise their on-pitch heroes.
Rangers fans adopt Pulp Fiction-inspired Ajax chant
Every single bluenose on planet Earth spent weeks trying to get “He comes from Zambia” out of their heads earlier in the season.
Whilst Rangers fans have looked to Pulp Fiction for inspiration here, the Gers fans also famously adopted an ABBA classic in homage to four first-team stars.
In a special version of Super Trouper, fans pay tribute to James Tavernier, Ianis Hagi, Kemar Roofe and Calvin Bassey.
Fans have also adopted a version of Voulez-Vous in homage to Man United kid Amad Diallo following his January loan move.
Meanwhile, a once Rangers-linked international striker has made a revelation about a release clause following his relegation with a Euro top flight club.