Celtic had the opportunity to wrap up the Premiership title today but went down to a shock 2-1 defeat to Hibernian on Saturday lunchtime.
What that means though is that the Old Firm clash next weekend will be a title decider – an eventuality the authorities were keen to avoid.
For neutrals, it’s a mouth-watering clash, but it’s one the police and stewards might not be looking forward to.
There were plenty of players who under-performed for Celtic today, but fans saved the brunt of their anger for the normally dependable Tom Rogic.
The 25-year-old Australian attacker wasn’t at the races today and fans took to Twitter to point it out.
One fan said he was “bullied off the ball like a 10-year-old girl”, while another just said that he was having a “mare”.
Here are the best reactions from frustrated Celtic fans:
Bad pass from Gordon, but Rogic is to blame for the goal. Bullied off the ball like a 10 year old girl.
— degsy (@degsy76) April 21, 2018
I think he gets a bad rap.. he his pass went to the players head but he then played a decent ball and rogic is really poor…shape isn't right. Prob should get Roberts and eduard on for Forrest and ntcham and move McGregor in
— CBW (@cbtjobwallis) April 21, 2018
It's obvious rogic isn't on fire today, imho. Most likely player to be subbed at half time.
— Judging EBTs:guilty (@AitkensDrum) April 21, 2018
Rogic off and get Kouassi on solidify that midfield
— Matthew McGrath (@McGrath130899) April 21, 2018
Dare I say Rogic to blame for the goal. Too easily brushed off the ball at the start of the move. N'tcham having a torrid time against McGeouch.
— Big Boab (@BiggusMannus) April 21, 2018
I don't think Rogic is the man for this game. Get Edouard on.
— Doubting Thomas (@KajunFirefly) April 21, 2018
Rogic like a man down here, should’ve scored but isn’t at it at all here.
— Joe (@Port_Bhoy) April 21, 2018
Rogic has had a mare the day
— I ???? Browny! (@jedibhoy__) April 21, 2018
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