By Amir Mir
Chris Sutton has hit out at Neil McCann for claiming he didn’t see the controversial penalty incident during Rangers’ 1-1 draw with Celtic last Sunday.
Former Premier League striker Sutton stated that “isn’t that his job” to analyse and comment on big moments during games.
Leigh Griffiths was hacked down in the penalty area by Clint Hill, moments after the Gers defender had snatched a late equaliser for his side at Parkhead.
Sutton clearly felt it was a penalty, but he wasn’t happy with Sky Sports pundit McCann’s comments that he didn’t see the incident.
“Neil McCann didn’t see it, isn’t that his job,” asked Sutton on BT Sports.
Prior to the Old Firm game last Sunday, Brendan Rodgers side had picked up three wins out of three matches against their rivals this season.
The Scottish Premier League leaders can add a fourth win to their name, with the duo set to clash once again, this time on April 23 in the Scottish League Cup semi-final.
The Bhoys previously knocked out their neighbours from the semi-final of the Scottish Cup in November and they will be looking to pile more misery on Pedro Caixinha’s men.
The Portuguese will taste his first Old Firm derby next month after watching from the stands last week.
His first match in charge of his new club will be a home tie against Hamilton at Ibrox on Saturday afternoon.
In other Rangers news, Pedro Caixinha has sent this message to supporters ahead of his first game for the club.