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In pictures: The story of Real Madrid and Scottish football

The most successful team in European football history will take on Celtic in Glasgow.

In pictures: Real Madrid and Scottish football ahead of Champions League game with Celtic in Glasgow SNS Group

Real Madrid first came to Scotland in 1960, playing a part in arguably the greatest game of all time.

Ferenc Puskas scored four as Alfredo Di Stefano netted three at Hampden in a remarkable 7-3 win over Eintracht Frankfurt in the European Cup final at Hampden.

They returned three years later to beat Rangers 1-0 at Ibrox in September 1963, adding another six goals without reply in the second leg in Spain.

Their next visit was to face Kilmarnock in November 1965, drawing 2-2 in Ayrshire, before seeing off the Scottish champions 5-1 in Madrid.

On their next visit in 1980, they lost 2-0 to Celtic in Glasgow before turning the tie around two weeks later with a 3-0 home win.

Tuesday night’s visit to Celtic Park on Champions League duty will be the sixth time the most successful team in European football history has taken to a Scottish pitch in competitive action.

Most recently, they lifted biggest title in club football, again at Hampden, in 2002 when Zinedine Zidane’s stunning volley saw off Bayer Leverkusen.

But, in their most notable clash with a Scottish side in Europe, they were conquered by Alex Ferguson and Aberdeen in the 1983 European Cup Winners’ Cup final in Gothenburg.

Here, in pictures, is a look at Real Madrid’s relationship with Scotland.

1960 European Cup final – Real Madrid 7-3 Eintracht Frankfurt

Di Stefano opens the scoring for Real Madrid at Hampden.Getty Images
Former Real Madrid and Eintracht Frankfurt players were reunited at Hampden in 2002.SNS Group

1983 European Cup-Winners’ Cup – Aberdeen 2-1 Real Madrid

Eric Black and Peter Weir of Aberdeen in action against Francisco Bonet.SNS Group
John Hewitt scores the winner for Aberdeen in extra time.SNS Group
Aberdeen won 2-1 to claim the Cup-Winners' Cup.SNS Group
Alex Ferguson and assistant Archie Knox hold the trophy aloft.SNS Group

2002 European Cup final – Real Madrid 2-1 Bayer Leverkusen

Zinedine Zidane volleys home a goal widely considered one of the greatest of all time.SNS Group
A giant Champions League ball on the Hampden pitch before kick-off.SNS Group
Hampden was full for the Champions League final.SNS Group
Real Madrid captain Fernando Hierro (fourth right) leads his team in celebration.SNS Group