Christopher Bell, 28, was imprisoned for five months and banned from attending football matches for two years for his actions at a city pub during the game on August 14.
Bell, of Dennistoun, Glasgow, was in Walkabout in the city's Renfield Street where the international friendly match was shown on television.
Going outside at half-time to smoke cigarettes, he repeatedly made loud and insulting remarks and became involved in an altercation with staff.
He was abusive, behaved in a threatening way and challenged people to fight, prosecutors said.
Bell was convicted under the Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications (Scotland) Act 2012 and sentenced at Glasgow Sheriff Court today.
Emma Kinghorn, 21, from Glasgow, admitted assaulting and injuring a man by throwing a pitcher in the same incident. She was fined £200.
Stephen Ferguson, football liaison prosecutor for the west of Scotland, said: "Whether offences are committed at the stadium itself or at licensed premises, police and prosecutors will continue to work to protect real football fans from those who insist on causing disorder."