By Alex Taylor

Pictures emerged on Twitter on Saturday that appeared to show Rangers supporters vandalised toilet facilities at Parkhead after their 5-1 hammering at Celtic.

Mark Warburton’s team, who were reduced to 10 men following Philippe Senderos’ second-half dismissal, were taken apart by a Moussa Dembele hat-trick and goals from Scott Sinclair and Stuart Armstrong.

Twitter user Footy Away Days posted images of the damage to the toilets used by Rangers at the away end on Saturday.

The vandalism is likely to mean Rangers are fined to cover the damage and could lead to a reduced cohort of travelling fans being allowed to attend Old Firm matches at Parkhead in the future.

Celtic and Rangers went into the match first and second in the Scottish Premier League table respectively and have .

The Hoops have now taken maximum points from their first four domestic encounters this season while The Gers find themselves four points shy of their derby rivals, having played a game more.

Rangers have returned to the top-flight of Scottish football for the first time in four seasons and are looking to prevent Celtic from claiming their sixth consecutive title.

Mark Warburton has brought in a host of new talent this summer including Joey Barton, Niko Kranjcar, Senderos and Jordan Rossiter.

In other Rangers news, John Hartson described the Gers side as “totally inept” after their humiliating 5-1 defeat to Celtic.