ISRAEL striker Munas Dabbur was hit by a pie when celebrating his goal against Scotland at Hampden.

The Hoffenheim forward scored Israel's second goal of the game in the 3-2 loss in Glasgow.

But while celebrating in the corner after poking the ball past Craig Gordon, Dabbur was struck with a pie thrown from the stands.

The attacker slid on the ground past the corner flag before it appeared a half-eaten pie had been launched at him.

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Dabbur looked confused as the pie landed on his right leg before picking it up and throwing it to the ground as he was swarmed by his delighted team-mates.

The incident was caught by Sky Sports cameras broadcasting the match from Hampden.

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Scotland came back from the deficit to claim a precious win with Scott McTominay scoring from close range in the 94th minute.

The Scottish FA have been contacted for comment.