Kenny Miller has claimed that there should have been a penalty in yesterday’s game at Ibrox.

The Former Rangers player has said that there was a clear pull of Connor Goldson’s shirt and the home side should have been awarded a game-changing penalty.

Speaking on Sportscene, Miller said: “This for me if VAR’s in is a stonewall penalty or if Willie Collum sees that. He’s got a whole chunk of the jersey. Connor Goldson’s trying to adjust to the flight of the ball and his movement is impeded by a whole handful of Goldson’s shirt that Carter-Vickers has got.”

At first, The clash between both Camron Carter-Vickers and Connor Goldson was they were both tugging and pulling at each other’s shirts but after a few seconds, Carter-Vickers seemed to be holding on a little bit tighter but overall it wasn’t a foul by either player.

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Kenny Miller is clearly clutching at straws when in reality, Celtic deserved their victory on the day.

The Glasgow derby was a nail-biting experience. Gio’s men took the lead just two minutes into the game but it only took Celtic four minutes to reply.

Before half-time Cameron Carter-Vicker smashed one past the defence making it 2-1 – it would turn out to be the winning goal.

In the second half, the bhoys in green put in a top defensive display but also had the best chances to score. Had Liel Abada finished one of his chances, the game would have been more comfortable in the end.

1 COMMENT

  1. Blub blub blub, what a shower, and when the buns are in their penalty area, they DON’T pull shirts, aye shower!. Barry plays like a scrum forward, grabbing arms, jerseys and other parts of the opposition’s body parts.
    Away back to Hamilton to your wee hoosie and greet tae her indoors.

    Did yoos no win yesterday? Muppet!

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